While he was the Israeli Ambassador, the trade relations between the United Kingdom and Israeli soared. Daniel Taub’s time of four years at the Israeli Embassy has come to an end but not without a look at his accomplishments and admired work. He was responsible for bringing the two countries together whether it be in business, academics or just the cultural aspects.
Mr. Taub’s talents stem from working on the HeChatzer series as the head scriptwriter. He explains that it’s kind of like Downtown Abbey with a similarity like the Chosen. The goal of the show is to change stereotypes that can come with religion within Israel. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://chronicleweek.com/2017/09/israeli-ambassador-daniel-taub-un-agencies-are-effectively-supporting-palestinian-child-abuse/
Great Britain is Daniel Taub’s birthplace in 1962. He attended the University College in Oxford and London then Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. It was in 1989, when he went to Israel to live.
Throughout his career, he was apart of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) working as a reserve officer and also a combat medic within the International department. Two years after heading to Israel, he started a job in the Israeli Foreign Ministry. From there his experience has been in the legal and diplomatic positions for several organizations.
Daniel Taub has published articles in for The Times, Huffington Post, the Guardian to mention a few. He’s known for his book called Parasha Diplomatit. A very telling account regarding each biblical weekly area. He takes each one and analyzes the Torah sections that has some political and humor focus.
While in his ambassador role, the United Kingdom was fortunate to have more than 300 businesses start up in their country as the Israel-Britain Chamber of Commerce reports. This yearly trade show numbers have gone up to $5.5 billion economic dollars. Read more: Daniel Taub | Ideamench and Daniel Taub | Crunchbase
Mr. Taub has even worked hard as a peace negotiator making the trek to Northern Ireland in hopes of learning more about the area.
With his expertise in International law, Mr. Taub has a specialty in counter-terrorism. He has also been in the position as Principal Deputy Legal Advisor of Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. From there he went to the UN investigative committee regarding the Gaza flotilla situation in order to represent Israel.
He is additionally noted to have helped fellow Israeli Megen David Adom, of the Red Cross Society, as a negotiator regarding her entry for the International Red Cross Movement. This was a first and successful attempt since it had been excluded for nearly 70 years.