The United States and Iran do not have a good track record when it comes to denuclearizing. A large part of the population isn’t shy to express their distaste for the final deal reached between Iran and the Obama Administration. Read more: Daniel Taub | Ideamench and Daniel Taub | Crunchbase
From the beginning of negotiations to the Joint Plan of Action to the finalized Iran deal, the process was littered with language that put Israel and other countries in danger.
Daniel Taub, former Ambassador to Israel for the United Kingdom, put The Joint Plan into perspective: The Joint Plan was the foundation for The Iran Deal. Taub said that Israel and Israel’s antagonists were ready to put their differences aside to team up against the Iran nuclear ambitions.
Taub says that The Joint Plan of Action did nothing to stop potential unions between Israel and some of its current enemies; The Joint Plan of Action, A.K.A the Geneva accord, does almost nothing to hold back the nuclear threat of Iran.
“If you look at the region,” Taub said. “You see this very radical axis that runs from Tehran to Damascus to Beirut and actually on to Gaza.” Taub went on to explain that he is not alone in the concerns about the inaction against Iran.
Israel simply doesn’t believe the plan does what is needed. Israel argues that the fact all of Iran’s military programs and infrastructure are kept in place is proof that nothing is being done. “It all remains in place,” Taub said.
About Daniel Taub
Daniel Taub was born in the United Kingdom but moved to Israel in 1989. He first worked as a combat medic and reserve officer in IDF. Later, Taub worked for President Chaim Herzog as his speechwriter. He attended the University of College, Oxford; the University of College, London; and Harvard University.
Thanks to his experience in law enforcement and his college education he was able to serve his country as an Ambassador to Israel from 2011 until 2015.
Taub is no stranger to voicing his opinions; he has offered his thoughts on television and on the printed page. Daniel Taub has been interviewed on programs and stations such as CNN, SkyNews, and BBC Radio 4’s Today. You can find Daniel Taub’s writings in publications such as The Times, The Daily Telegraph, and the Huffington Post.
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