Daniel Taub was born in 1962 in Britain, is one of the leading diplomats for his country, is an Orthodox Jew, and one of the most popular envoys Israeli has ever known.
He has established strong relations between Israel and Britain and spent time with businessmen in the world of academics. He considers his job a way of making people understand the views of Israel and the Israeli people. He does this with thoughtful discussions and cooperation.
Daniel Taub recognizes the turmoil in the Middle East and the complications of the situation. He believes the people of the region must be treated with humility since we are unable to dictate the events occurring in the area. He focuses on what is important to Israel and the agreement with Iran. He admits the situation does concern him because of the nuclear capabilities of the country.
He says the peace agreements with Jordan and Egypt are resilient and he believes they will hold. He sees the challenge other countries are facing in their ability to move forward together and feels these are opportunities that must be built upon. Read more: Daniel Taub | About and Daniel Taub | LinkedIn
Daniel Taub wants the opportunities with America to be nurtured and commends America for the latest technology they have supplied to Israel. He feels Britain’s relation with the Labor Parties needs to be examined for the good relations of the past to be reestablished.
He does not think showing progressive support for Israel should be complicated. Despite the upheavals he believes an Israeli-Palestinian accommodation is possible. He does not feel withdrawal is an option until the security needs of Israel have been met.
Daniel Taub fights against anti-Semitism and has seen positive developments in Egypt. There was a promising story on Egyptian TV concerning an Egyptian Jewess he believes made a positive statement. Learn more about Daniel Taub: https://www.bloomberg.com/authors/AC5IR9iOgJI/daniel-taub
He considers himself an ambassador to the Court of St James’s and not the Jewish community although he acknowledges the importance of the community and their concern for Israel. He is aware of the generosity offered in medical, academic, and social projects and has faith in their work.
Daniel Taub and his wife Zehava held in affection by the Jewish community and he accepts all invitations when able. He speaks with the people and even when he disagrees he sees value in their opinions. He knew when he became an ambassador it would be demanding and for a limited time so knowing his role will soon cease is not an unhappy surprise.