A Little About Daniel Taub
Daniel Taub is an Israeli Diplomat and previous Ambassador to the UK. He is also known for his career in international law.
Daniel Taub has studied at University College, Oxford in London and at Harvard University. His life has been a great journey from serving in the Israel Defense Forces to his stint as speechwriter for President Chaim Herzog.
Daniel Taub has been a part of Israel’s legal and political arena for over two decades. He has been a member of the Israeli Foreign Ministry since 1991.
At one point and time Daniel Taub was Ambassador to the United Kingdom. During his tenure as Ambassador; he was instrumental in starting “Bizcamp,” a technological start-up competition, first ambassador to be interviewed on BBC, first to be a part of the International Maritime Organization.
Daniel Taub retired in 2015 as Ambassador to the UK and moved on with his career in speaking on biblical text and editorial writing. Currently, he writes for an Israeli series called, “HeChatzer.” In addition he occasionally speaks on subjects to change the views and perspectives of the worlds opinion of the Israeli lifestyle and religion.
Changing the World’s View
Daniel Taub uses his editorial skills to change how the public view Israeli’s. He is currently using these skills on a drama series platform. The name of the drama is, “HeChatzer.” HeChatzer takes on orthodox Hasidic material and uses everyday experiences along with humor to enlighten and entertain viewers.
The series takes religious ideology and shows different perspectives, which may change how stereotypes are conceived and in fact remove them.
He really wants to show that Israeli lifestyle is no different than any other cultural lifestyle. By doing this Daniel Taub hopes to breakdown stereotypes and the cultural barriers that exist today. Read more: Daniel Taub | Wikipedia and Daniel Taub| Behance
In addition to his work to change peoples views on Israeli life, he also continues his political and legal skills by speaking publicly on these topics. He has a background in intellectual property law and negotiation theism.
He is also a prolific writer of international law theory. But he prides himself mostly on his diplomacy skills and religious works through the Israeli Foreign Ministry.