The ambassador of Israel to the UK, Daniel Taub has drifted the idea of new formation of coalitions in the Middle East between the long-standing antagonists and the Jewish in a plan to offset the alleged threat created the nuclear ambitions of Iran yet assuaged between world powers and Tehran’s last weekend deal.
Israel has firm confirmations that the Geneva accord will not be able to control the posed threat by Iran. Moreover, Israel claims the Accord will not even slow down the progress of Iran of obtaining a nuclear weapon. Because of the failures that the Geneva accord is likely to face, there is a view that Israel will team up with other largely Sunni countries such as Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states in its effort to oppose Iran’s nuclear plans.
This situation might require more fundamental partnerships t counter a common enemy. Countries can put aside their immediate paradigms and differences and consider what they have in common as well get more interest to deepen their relationships says Daniel Taub.
Although many Middle East countries are against Israel due to its Palestinian territories occupation, Mr. Taub is confident that teaming up is possible. This is due to the changes in the region that are making the countries to consider some choices that have always been unthinkable.
According to Israel, Iran is getting closer to becoming a nuclear weapon nation. Moreover, Israel claims that if in the next few years there will be a nuclear bomb in Madrid or New York, it will be simply of the deal that was signed.
Daniel Taub is an international lawyer and Israel diplomat. He is also a writer who has largely written on middle and Israel. He has several articles in the Guardia, times, the Huffington Post, Daily Telegraph and many more.
His analyses on every Tora section include political perspective, humor and many more. In addition to this, Mr. Taub is the founder and principal scriptwriter of the famous drama series in Israel called HeChatzer.
Daniel Taub was born in 1962 in Great Britain. He went to the Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, University College in London and University College in Oxford.
He later moved in 1989 to Israel. Since then, he has served in several areas in Israel such as a combat medic at Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and its international law division as a reserve officer.
From 1991, Daniel has served in Israeli Foreign Ministry in several diplomatic and legal posts. Mr. Taub was Israeli Ambassador to the United Kingdom from 2011 to 2015. Currently, Mr. Taub is Yad Hanadiv foundation’s Director of Planning and Strategy.