Daniel Taub, the director of Strategy and Planning of the Yad Hanadiv foundation and a former Israeli Ambassador, demonstrated to be the most booming and admired Israeli envy since Shlomo Argov during his four-year tenure in office.
During his service as an Ambassador to the Court of St. James, he was able to bring different countries and communities together as he represented the Israeli government.
The diplomat born in 1962 in London in the United Kingdom became an ambassador in 2011, but this was after his move to Israel from the U.K. in the year 1989. He went on to oblige as a combat medic in the Israel Defence Forces and proceeded to hold several diplomatic posts when he was working for the Israeli Foreign Ministry in 1991. Read more: Daniel Taub | Ideamench and Daniel Taub | Wikipedia
He even wrote speeches for President Chaim Herzog. It is this great work ethic and experience that made it easier for him to thrive in making people understand the position of the Israeli people and the government on different issues.
Former Ambassador Daniel Taub emphasizes the issues of trade and technology during his career. His success was evident when it was stated that the trade relations between the United Kingdom and Israel had doubled before he resigned in 2015 after his term in office came to an end. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.daniel-taub.co.il/ and http://www.everipedia.com/editor/dtaub/
Sajid Javid, the British secretary involved with state business, innovation and skills, termed the period as a ‘golden era’ after the report on the trade increase. Other than trade, he did not shy away from dealing with international law and airing particular problems in the Israeli diplomacy.
His courage and passion for breaking the stereotypes associated with the Israeli society shone brightly when he visited Bradford defying the constituency’s representative remark that the city was an ‘Israel-free zone’. He did not let George Galloway, a man with quite a lengthy history of anti-Israeli bigotry; stop him from honouring an invitation from a group of people in Bradford.
Daniel Taub advocated for the Middle East to be treated with modesty and not dictatorship since he was in office during the crisis in the region. Also, urge Israel to view things from a different context and not theirs especially during the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.
Daniel Taub is not a man just focused on politics and government, but one that carries his Orthodox Jewish religion in the heart with such honour but this in no way affected him presenting all communities.