Daniel Taub, Israel’s ambassador to the UK, has discussed his opinions about the new partnerships that were made in the Middle East. According to Mr. Taub, these new alliances between the Jewish state and its former opponents were made to reduce the threats being formed by Iran’s nuclear plans. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://chronicleweek.com/2017/09/israeli-ambassador-daniel-taub-un-agencies-are-effectively-supporting-palestinian-child-abuse/ and https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/jul/13/israel-peace-pressure-israeli
However, Mr. Daniel Taub still thinks that these nuclear plans by Iran cannot be countered by the Geneva deal.
As Daniel Taub had a conference with The Independent, he asserted his idea that Israel still holds on to the Geneva deal, which was signed last Sunday at 4:00 in the morning, won’t really stop Iran in making their nuclear threats in the Middle East.
Furthermore, Daniel Taub discusses his opinions that there need to be more partnerships formed between Isreal and other countries aside from their conventional allies. In the conference that he held with The Independent, he elaborated his reasons why the Geneva Deal is not something that would stop Iran from planning their nuclear ambitions.
He said that more radical partnerships should be created to prevent Iran from performing this perceived threat. As he further talked about the Shia organizations in the Middle East which were sponsored by Iran, he advised that Israel’s officials would benefit from finding partnerships with countries who have a Sunni majority. Read more: Daniel Taub | LinkedIn and Daniel Taub | Wikipedia
These include Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States, as well as other countries who may be worried about Iran’s nuclear threats. He argued that these kinds of alliances would help strengthen Israel’s vulnerability against Iran’s unpredictable decisions.
About Daniel Taub
Daniel Taub is a known ambassador and Israeli diplomat. He is also an accomplished lawyer and a writer. He is a former Israel Ambassador to the UK from 2011-2015. Still, he maintains his positions as an active official by being the director of planning and strategy at the Yad Hanadiv Foundation in Jerusalem, Israel.
Daniel Taub has served by being a diplomat, legal official and political adviser in many Israeli Foreign Ministry posts. He is knowledgeable in international law, and the specializes in solving issues regarding terrorism and war. Daniel Taub also served as a Principal Deputy Legal Advisor of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Isreal.
Daniel became a lawyer and a legal adviser to many of Israel’s plans addressed to the United Nations in Geneva and New York. He has represented Israel in many occasions towards the peace-making processes.