Daniel Taub Now Viewed As Most Popular Israeli Ambassador to UK In Decades

Daniel Taub first presented the Queen with his credentials after arriving in Britain. He was to be the next ambassador from Israel. However, besides the regular credentials, he also made another statement. He wore his kippah on top of his head. With this statement, he was saying that though he was one of the most prominent and important ambassadors in the country, especially since he was born in Britain himself, there was nothing that could ever sway him from his deeply held religious beliefs as an Orthodox Jew. Those who knew him while he was the ambassador can testify that it was exactly what happened.


In order to become an ambassador for Israel, he had to give up his British citizenship beforehand. The Queen knew this. She wanted to know how it felt to give up the citizenship of the country you were born in so that you can become an ambassador to that country from another country. During an interview, Daniel Taub said that he told her how glad he was to be able to raise his children in the land where his forefathers lived for so many years. At the same time, he knew how good England was to his family, and he wanted to show his appreciation by helping them out in whatever way he could. Learn more: http://il.linkedin.com/in/daniel-taub


He said that after four years as an ambassador, he feels that he has achieved what he set out to do. That also seems to be the way other people view him. At a farewell reception, the guests kept saying how sorry they were to see him leave. In fact, he was the most popular Israeli ambassador in the United Kingdom for many decades.


Daniel Taub has been there during the hardest times in the Middle East. He has worked for the two countries during some of their biggest crisis. He says that cooperation between the two countries is at an all time high. There is just so much cooperation in so many matters, including academia and economy-wise. Britain plays a very important role in Europe, and it is very important to Israel. In fact, the two countries have a lot to benefit from each other. Daniel Taub says that the relationship between the two countries could not have been better. There is no doubt that a lot of that is because of him.