Danny Danon (born 8 May 1971) is an Israeli politician who currently serves as Israel's envoy to the United Nations. Danon was previously a member of the Knesset for Likud, Minister of Science, Technology and Space, Technology and Space and Deputy Minister of Defence.
Quote from the article: "MK Danny Danon (Likud) asked Australian MP Michael Danby on Wednesday to propose, in parliament in Canberra, sending African migrants from Israel to Australia."
Danny been involved in public diplomacy efforts on behalf of the State of Israel since his twenties. While serving in all his public positions, Danny utilized his fluency in English to speak out on behalf of Israel in the international media. Danny has published multiple op ed columns on national security issues, the Iranian nuclear program and negotiations with the Palestinians in the world’s leading publications, including The New York Times. In 2012 Danny published a best-selling book "Israel: The Will to Prevail" in which he provides an in-depth analysis for the case of a strong and independent Jewish State. Danny is also one of the most active members of Knesset online utilizing the leading social networks to stay in close touch with his supporters around the world.
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