Daniel Taub – article recap

Daniel Taub will be saying goodbye to the United Kingdom. He was the Ambassador of the state of Israel for four years in the Court of St. James. His presence will be truly missed. Daniel feels good about his accomplishments and about building a good solid relationship between the United Kingdom and Israel.


Daniel Taub has accomplished more than he expected to in making sure Israel and the United Kingdom had a good relationship. This includes new parts of British society and geographically. They were able to get to places they never imagine could be possible. Information Centers were opened on Manchester, Scotland and in Wales.


Daniel Taub likes to read a book that consigns with what he is doing at the moment. He read many of the classics to prepare to give a lecture on the image of Israel historically in English Literature. Daniel regretted not going to the London theatre more frequently with his family. His work kept him so busy there was little time to enjoy personal moments. He will now be taking his kids to see the musicals and shows before he officially departures from the United Kingdom.


Daniel was known to be a hard worker, but he did take time to meet with some of his favorite local figures. Even if it meant meeting with people that share a different view than his. Daniel Taub acknowledges that some of the people that he found to be interesting were critical of Israel. Out of respect for the individuals, he would not make the meetings public.


Daniel Taub and his family want very much to be back in Jerusalem. He expressed his desire to work in the Foreign Service. His oldest kids are back in Israel. This has been one of the hardest things for Daniel, especially that they are in the army. This is concerning to him because of the two military conflicts that have taken place in Gaza.


Daniel Taub was born in Great Britain in 1962. He went to several universities. The universities he attended included University College in London, Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, and University College in Oxford. Learn more: http://rabbisacks.org/rabbi-sacks-conversation-daniel-taub/


Daniel Moved to Israel in 1989 and served as the Israel Defense Forces. He was a combat medic. He was also a reserve officer in their international law division. Daniel Taub has been very successful and he still wants to accomplish more.