Daniel Taub’s Career Before, During, and After being Ambassador
Daniel Taub, born 1962 in Britain, was the Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom from June 2011 up until he was succeeded by Mark Regev in September 2015.
Daniel Taub is also an international lawyer, an Israeli diplomat, and a published author, as well as a businessman and a philanthropist. He has dedicated his life to inspiring fruitful dialogue and establishing peace, tolerance, and understanding between diverting nations and individuals.
After he concluded his tenure in 2015, Daniel Taub started serving in Jerusalem as the Director of Strategy and Planning for the Rothschild Foundation also known in Israel as the Yad Hanadiv Foundation. During his tenure, however, Daniel Taub established a sizeable new step for the relations between the UK and Israel in terms of dialogue between the people, business and trade, and education. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.daniel-taub.com/ and http://www.everipedia.com/editor/dtaub/
The Israeli community in the United Kingdom felt much safer with Daniel Taub in charge as he promoted and actively took part in the dialogue to bring about understanding and tolerance from both sides on campus grounds and in whole cities.
Even though the case with Bradford was in truth a case with a single individual with a long history of racism hatred towards Israel, that brought a strong sense of relief to know that the people of Bradford were not represented in George Galloway’s hateful speeches.
Before becoming the Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom, the career of Daniel Taub started as a combat medic, serving in the Israeli Defense Forces. Later he became Principal Deputy Legal Advisor for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel.
His services were put to good use to represent Israel and to provide legal advisory for Israel’s missions in New York and Geneva regarding the United Nations.
Later, Daniel Taub worked in the negotiations between Israel and Palestine and then Israel and Syria. He represented his country on many occasions and worked with Israel’s Red Cross society to bring into the
Red Cross Movement globally, after it had been excluded for more than 70 years.
Daniel Taub has also established a career in media as a published author at a number of esteemed publications such as The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, and more. Daniel Taub has authored a few books including his bestseller Parasha Diplomatit.
Daniel Taub worked on a tv series, the Israeli drama Hechatzer debuting a few years ago and becoming widely popular. Additionally, Daniel Taub is a public speaker and a speechwriter.