The year 1962 is when Daniel Taub was born in the United Kingdom where he attended University College which is in Oxford. He, later on, went ahead to Harvard University.
Daniel Taub later moved to Israel in 1989 and became a medic for the Israeli Defense Forces. He is an international lawyer and served as Israeli’s ambassador to the UK since the year 2011 up until 2015.
Taub was an active player in the foreign scene in Israel as he had multiple responsibilities both politically and legally. He played numerous roles in negotiation projects that the Israeli government held with other nations.
In the year 2011, Daniel Taub was appointed as the ambassador of Israel to the UK, and this came with huge economic prospects thanks to the link between the two countries. As the ambassador, Mr. Taub was very innovative, and he contributed to a variety of projects that got him nominated for the award of Grassroot Diplomat Initiative thanks to his contribution in the development of business. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/personal-view/8833883/Gilad-Shalits-return-is-a-testament-to-Israels-love-of-life.html and https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/may/08/boycott-israelis-tuc-bigotry
The economic relationship between UK and Israel significantly improved in the four years that Mr. Taub was in office. The trade deals between the two countries increased and were estimated at 8billion dollars.
Daniel Taub also had a strong character and the readiness to stand up for what he believes in. He, for example, visited the Israeli free zone in Bradford for the declaration of its indifference to Israelis.
Taub claimed that his presence in the constituency was as a result of the hospitality offered to him by his friends in the vicinity. Taub has rallied for equality and the right of expression.
In 2012, for example, he expressed in the Jewish Chronicles that it is important that everyone is given an opportunity to express their feelings verbally regardless of whether or not it is against the Israeli. Daniel Taub is also a writer who has writes for the Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and The Times to mention but a few.
In a meeting with the Queen in 2011 after his appointment to Saint James, Daniel Taub expressed his commitment to being an Orthodox Jew through his attire. Even though he was born and raised in Britain, Taub still appreciates his roots that lie in Israeli.
He expressed his pride in raising his children in the historical home after he ended his citizenship in Britain and obtained an official Israeli Citizenship. Daniel Taub has played a major role in uniting the two countries, United Kingdom and Israel.