Former Israeli Diplomat-Daniel Taub

About Daniel Taub

Daniel Taub hails from the United Kingdom where he was born in 1962. He attended various schools including Universities College in Oxford, University College in London, and also Harvard University’s Kennedy school of government.

After schooling, he joined the Israel Defence Forces IDF where he served as a combat medic and in their international law division as a reserve officer. What’s more, the former Israeli diplomat is also an international lawyer. Learn more about Daniel Taub: and

Moreover, Daniel Taub began his career in the Israeli foreign minister in 1991, a factor that made him rise in ranks to hold one of the highest offices. Again, during his service in the Israeli foreign ministry, Daniel Taub held many positions including diplomatic and legal posts.

An instance is where he worked as the principal deputy legal adviser in Israel’s ministry of foreign affairs. Equally important, the former Israeli diplomat was also as a legal adviser during missions in United Nations in Geneva and New York.

Daniel Taub met her highness the queen in 2011 when was appointed as the ambassador of the State of Israeli to the court if St James’s.It was during his visit to the queen that he presented his credentials to the queen from the government of Jerusalem. Read more: Daniel Taub | Wikipedia

As a staunch orthodox Jew , one thing stood out about his attire where he wore his Kippah complimented with a morning tailcoat, striped trousers, and shiny black shoes. Again, this meant that Mr. Taub had given out his British citizenship when he immigrated to Israel 30 years earlier.

Mr. Taub’s Works to the Israeli Community

Daniel Taub’s time as the Israeli diplomat lasted for four years, and during this time there was great economic growth. The trade between the two countries doubled while there was growth in the business sector, academic sector, and cultural links.

Further, Sajid Javid, the British secretary of state for business in innovation and skills added that during Mr. Taub’s tenure trade between the two countries entered its ‘golden era’. Again, statistics from the Israel – Britain chamber of commerce showed that the annual bilateral trade was over$5 billion.

Furthermore, Mr. Taub is a jack of all traits whereby he has been a peace negotiator, lecturer, public speaker and a writer as well. When Mr. Taub assumed office as the Israeli diplomat, it was during a midst of crisis where he presented Israel’s case to the government.

He also spread the information through the British media in a quest to help Israel from the turmoil in the Middle East. Additionally, Daniel Taub helped to unite the Jewish community in diaspora and Israel.