Daniel Taub

As per meeting the Queen of England, Daniel Taub’s recognition was finally brought into light. The devout Orthodox Jew will finally be making a return to his homeland of faith, Israel. Taking his place as the newly elected Ambassador for the Court of St. James. Read more: Daniel Taub | LinkedIn and Daniel Taub | Crunchbase

Taub will finally get the chance to fully immigrate to the home of his ancestors, after an exile that lasted at least 2000 years. He himself a natural born British citizen would have to renounce his status, however when explaining to the Queen herself about this decision, he relayed that it will very much be an honor to be able to raise his children in his historic ancestral homeland.

Having become a staple for the Jewish community in Great Britain. Taub hopes to use his platform to his advantage, mending much of the issues that have overtaken much of the Middle East and credits his life in the UK as a great influence for his faith. Britain, a primary European stronghold has always been an advocate willing to reach out and help, and Daniel Taub plans to utilize this outreach as well. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.alondon.net/index.php?action=art&id=7198&lang=he_IL and https://www.jnf.co.uk/2015/07/jnf-uk-bids-farewell-ambassador-daniel-taub/

The Israeli Palestinian conflict is certainly one of the more infamous issues of his own country. However, with the progressive help of his own government as well as Britain’s own Labour Party, Taub is confident that a compromise can be reached.

He and Wife Zehava have certainly won the hearts of many fellow Jewish Londoners over the years, and with the right mindset Daniel hopes to carry on that legacy worldwide, tackling much of the scrutiny of antisemitism that not only encompasses Israel, but also nearby Jordan, Egypt, and much of the Gulf states. In this day and age all it takes is one voice to make a wave, and Taub hopes that his vision of a newly restored and peaceful state of Israel can one day become a reality.

To many of the citizens of Israel this idea stands next to impossible. However, Daniel Taub may in fact be the one to break that thought. As someone who’s had a stance in a foreign country, who better that Taub to tackle such an international issue, that envelops such a wide array of people.


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