Daniel Taub; the noble diplomat

Daniel Taub had served as an ambassador of Israeli in the UK for four years. During his tenure, he created a good image for the Israeli people. Daniel has been a good ambassador who knew how to get along with people who shared different opinions.

Being born and raised in UK, he was the first Israel to become an ambassador from such a situation as his. He however went to serve his mother country at his twenties before going back to UK. Daniel Taub had strengthened commerce between the two countries and income generated from trade between the two had increased positively by the time he was leaving office.

While he was still serving as an ambassador, students who came from Israeli were being discriminated by some campuses and some regions had been declared Israeli free zones. Daniel was able to fight and supported them by helping in removing perception the Europeans had on Israelis.

Coming from a Middle East country which is related to terrorism, Daniel had noted that the terrorists attack both the Israelis and the Europeans. He said that the enemy is common and should be dealt with accordingly without blaming it on the Israeli people.

As his duty had been so demanding, Daniel had not had enough time to enjoy entertainment in UK. He had been so committed to his work that during his final days is when he discovered the London Musicals which he maximized attending during those last days.

Travelling back to Israeli was such a happy moment for Daniel Taub although he never mentioned of any regret of living in the UK. He was excited as his whole family was going to reunite. This is because the older kids were left in Israeli while the rest of the family travelled to UK. For him, it was such a significant moment and he was more than ready for the reunion.

During his tenure, Daniel spoke to both his friends and enemies. He believed that one cannot only live on positive comments, but also need the negative ones too. He sees them as an eye opener to look a problem at a different angle.

As he left office, Daniel Taub was satisfied that he had given his best to his people and that he deserved a long rest. He did not regret on things he did not do or things he would have done but he felt that he did what was important and what he was supposed to do. Learn more: https://www.thejc.com/

 

 

 

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