AntiSemitism in the world’s far rightwing political movements is nothing new. Germany’s Nazi Party and Adolph Hitler took this to the most extreme, but their hatred is not unusual. Many radical rightwing groups express hatred toward Jewish bankers, rave about the Rothschild family and other allegations about Jewish conspiracies. In the United States, the Ku Klux Klan expressed as much hatred of Jews as of African-Americans. More recently, members of a rightwing group The Order murdered Jewish radio talk show host Alan Berg. Berg was apparently killed because he was not only a Jew, but often challenged and angered far rightwingers, especially beliefs held by the Christian Identity movement that Jews were descended from Satan.
However, Adam Milstein points out, antiSemitism is now growing on the far leftwing as well. In his article, Adam Milstein points ot the seeming contradiction. The leftwing generally supports the rights of women and homosexuals. However, they increasingly ignore how radical Muslims treat women and homosexuals, and how they ignore general human rights. There is no freedom of speech in Islamic terrorist organizations.
This may go back to the old warfare principle of how the enemy of your enemy is your friend. During the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union, the Soviet Union supported Arab groups who also opposed the state of Israel, even as the KGB actively suppressed any pro-Islamic activism by Muslim ethnic groups within the U.S.S.R. itself. In the late 1970s, inside Iran, both the leftwing political groups and extremist Muslims opposed the Shah for his friendship with the West. Once the Shah overthrown, however, the government turned against their leftwing allies, as Adam Milstein explains.
During the First Gulf War, Palestinians joined the American antiwar movement. Since then, the more radical Muslims use terror to attack the United States, the more many leftwingers are willing to join with and support them. Adam Milstein writes about the threat this poses not only to Israel and to Jews around the world, but to the very ideals the leftwing claims to support. A victorious radical Islamic movement would be a disaster for women and homosexuals, and for political and religious freedom.
Jose Auriemo Neto is the chief executive officer and chairman of JHSF. He went to Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado University and began working at JHSF in 1993. The real estate company focuses on the development of residential and commercial properties in Brazil. Through its subsidiaries, JHSF participates in the purchase, sale, development and lease of commercial properties.
The company has foreseen the development and construction of hotels and shopping centres as well as the operation of tourist activities. Some of the subsidiaries of the company are; Boa Vista de Desenvolvimento, JHSF NY, JHSF Incorporacoes and JHSF USA. Jose Auriemo Neto secured the right to develop a shopping destination in 1998 when he created the Shopping Santa Cruz following the successful development of Parkbem which is a parking lot management company.
Jose Auriemo Neto serves as a board member of the executive officers as of 26th March, 2009. JHSF is one of the most popular and trusted real estate companies in Brazil. It has expanded its operation to Uruguay and the United States and the headquater is located in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The firm has majority of shares at the Fasano Group Hotels. One of its most recommendable projects is the 815 building in New York and the real estate development of condominium Las Piedras. Through the dedication and commitment of Jose Auriemo Neto; the company has grown to become a top real estate firm.
DAMAC owner Hussain Sajwani has friends in very high places. One of the real estate tycoon’s friends in particular has been the topic of many conversations. Who is it? The answer is none other than polarizing figure Donald Trump. That’s right. The Muslim billionaire is good friends and business partners with United States President Donald Trump. The twos relationship is sort of ironic considering Trump’s views on those who practice the religion of Islam. However, both have nothing but the utmost respect for one another as a friend and business partner.
The two began growing close when they collaborated on a project managed by the Trump Organization that involved developing the Trump International Golf Course and Trump World Golf Course in Dubai. Trump, knowing Sajwani is a pioneer in Dubai when it comes to the property, was eager to start a business relationship. The two never thought the business relationship would turn into the both of them becoming close friends. They even spent New Years together. Both hope to do more work together in the future.
Sajwani started his career in real estate in the 1990’s. He quickly became a household name in the industry and founded DAMAC Properties, one of the largest property development companies in the MIddle East, in 2002. DAMAC has dominated Dubai’s luxury real estate market since it was established. No other real estate developer in the region has accomplished what DAMAc has in such a relatively short amount of time.
Sajwani also gives back. He has donated funds to many organizations that make an effort to improve the lives of children in the area. He played a major role in an initiative that provided bespoke services to hundreds of thousands of children in the Middle East.
Hussain Sajwani is also a family man. The immediate Hussain Sajwani family consists of he, his wife, and their four children.