Daniel Taub is a man of leadership and a dedicated Orthodox Jew. Born in 1962 in Great Britain of the UK, he attended several schools, including Harvard University. He first moved to Israel in 1989 and served in the IDF (Israel Defense Forces) as a combat medic, as well as, a reserve officer. In 1991 he began to work for the Israeli Foreign Ministry and in 2011 he became the Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom. In 2015, he retired from being the Israeli Ambassador and today, Daniel Taub is the Director of Strategy and Planning of the Yad Handiv foundation.
When Daniel Taub first became Ambassador, he wanted to make change, to bring two countries (Great Britain and Israel, closer together. He stated in an interview, that after his four year run, he feels that actually happened. Taub is said to be the most successful and popular Israeli envoy since Shlomo Argov. He has made a difference, been there during crises and stood as a voice for Israel. He has talked to the media on shows like Today and Newsnight. Taub stated in the interview that Britain is the financial center of the world, and to be in the Middle East during a time of such dramatic changes, he figured out out to keep peace, for the countries to stay on the same page. He has been a man to put his own personal views to the side and to help people understand Israeli people and Israeli leadership. Taub is a man of thought, to look deeper at the problem at hand. He explains in the interview that Israel has an enormous opportunity they are taking advantage of as country and though there are growing concerns with other countries because of Israel’s growing technology, this is a thing to be nurtured. Even after the Obama initiatives, the US as a deep, incomparable relation with Israel and the US is who is still supplying Israel with the latest technology. He knows there are similar beliefs between countries; freedom of speech, the position of women and minorities, attitudes towards homosexuals. Israel has the same progressive values as other countries, as well as, the same terrorists. Learn more: http://frenchtribune.com/avis/25611-ambassador-daniel-taub-unravels-balfour-declaration
Though Daniel Taub is no longer the Israeli Ambassador, he still strives to help. He stands for unity and progression and is still a lecturer and public speaker.