According to the experienced diplomat, expert in international law and analyst of political affairs Mr. Daniel Taub, Iran was given a leeway to continue with its nuclear program by the UN in a deal that the Israeli authorities thought was wrong and a big mistake.
In an exclusive interview with newsmen, Mr. Taub claims that Iran will exploit the loophole in the deal to manufacture a nuclear bomb soon
Mr. Taub reveals that Israel s considering forging deals with states that people never thought would be in the same pot with the Israeli State. Mr. Taub points out that Israel is especially apprehensive of the Shia alliances that Iran is sponsoring in the region.
In an interview with the Independent Newspaper, Mr. Taub faults the UN-brokered deal with Iran. He says that the Geneva Accord will not restrain Iran from manufacturing a nuclear bomb, noting that Iran is, therefore, a threat to peace in the Middle East.
It is for the latter reason that Israel is considering forging alliances with countries opposed to the “axis of evil”, as Israel would prefer to refer to the Shia network. Mr. Taub observes that the solution to the proliferation of the Shia network is to work with the Sunni leaning countries of the Middle East.
The Israeli government has adopted a multipronged strategy of pressurizing its traditional partners to buy its argument against the deal. A delegation of diplomats, government officials, strategists and analysts recently arrived in Washington from Israel to pursue that agenda; stopping Iran from proceeding with its nuclear program. Learn more about Daniel Taub: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/jul/13/israel-peace-pressure-israeli and http://www.daniel-taub.com/
Israel versus the Architects of the Deal
The Geneva Deal with Iran has been applauded by its sponsors in Europe and America. In the UK for example, Mr. William Hague, the UK Foreign Secretary was lauded for being one of the architects of the deal. Its advocates claim that it is the first successful agreement with Iran since 1979.
Mr. Daniel Taub was born in 1962 in Great Britain. He attended Oxford University and Harvard, among other top educational institutions. Mr. Taub migrated to Israel sometime in 1989. He has served in numerous senior positions in the Israeli administration.
Mr. Taub has worked with the Defense Forces of Israel as a combat doctor. He has also served as a lawyer specializing in international law.
Mr. Daniel Taub was given a job in the Foreign Ministry of Israel in 1991. He served as the Israeli Ambassador to the UK from 2011 to 2015. Currently, Daniel Taub is the Yad Hanadiv Foundation Director of Strategy.