Daniel Taub was the Israeli ambassador to the UK until 2015. He later took up various responsibilities with the Israeli Foreign Ministry and the Israeli Defense Forces. He is a well-schooled person with a degree from Oxford University among other top educational institutions.
He is a specialist in international law; a skill which the Israeli authorities have continued to utilize to date. Learn more about Daniel Taub: https://www.jnf.co.uk/2015/07/jnf-uk-bids-farewell-ambassador-daniel-taub/ and https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/may/08/boycott-israelis-tuc-bigotry
Currently, Daniel Taub is the Director of Planning and Strategy at Yad Hannadiv Foundation in Israel. He was recently interviewed by the independent after he led a high powered delegation to Washington to vouch for support for Israel’s take on the recent UN-sponsored deal that saw Iran allowed to continue with its nuclear program.
He says that if left to its devices, the world is set to see Iran manufacture a nuclear bomb.
The Israeli Strategy
In what surprises many analysts of international affairs, Mr. Daniel Tub says that Israel is prepared and is already forging alliances with several countries that were perceived to be enemies in the Middle East, to make sure that Iran does not accomplish its mission of manufacturing a nuclear Bomb. Read more: Daniel Taub | Crunchbase and Daniel Taub | Wikipedia
Mr. Taub, an expert in International Law observes that the recent agreement between Iran and the UN to allow the former to proceed with its nuclear program was a bad idea. He says that Israel was never in support of the Geneva Agreement and is now rallying for support to prevent the worst security disaster that could happen in the Middle East.
Mr. Daniel Taub says that Iran is forging dangerous Shia Muslim alliances that threaten to destabilize the region. He says that there is already an operational network of Shia extremists running from Tehran all the way to Beirut.
He notes that the networks are deliberate moves by Tehran to mete terror on Sunni Muslims and Sunni-leaning countries. It is for the latter reason that Taub argues that its former enemies will have no choice but to join Israel in the mission to fight a common enemy.
Fighting a Common Enemy
Mr. Taub says that the countries that were thought to be Israel’s enemies will be more than willing to fight along Israel so that they can be able to preserve their national pride and stop Iran’s aggressive tendencies and dominance in the Middle East.
He notes that the Alliance that Israel is forging is based on important strategic matters that the countries cannot afford to ignore. According to Daniel Taub, politics change with the needs and interests of the time.