Daniel Taub has argued that the Geneva deal regarding Iran’s nuclear capabilities will result in them making an atomic bomb regardless of what is in this deal. He said that his nation of Israel is reaching out to even long-standing enemy nations in order to stand against this deal.
Daniel Taub is a lawyer and the former Israeli ambassador to the United Kingdom. He writes a lot of articles for newspapers and in some of them he has talked about forming new alliances with other Middle Eastern nations to counter Iran’s influence.
He has also written that Israeli officials need to continue to pressure traditional allies on this issue including in Washington D.C. Some of the Middle Eastern nations he thinks Israel might cooperate with in regards to the Iranian threat is some of the Gulf States as well as Saudi Arabia.
He has said that Tehran’s influence stretches in a straight line from that city to Beirut and then into Gaza. People in his country and other nations are worried about this line. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/iran-will-still-make-a-nuclear-bomb-israel-s-ambassador-to-the-uk-daniel-taub-argues-the-geneva-deal-8965373.html and http://israblog.nana10.co.il/blogread.asp?blog=864881
The threat that Iran poses is so great that Daniel Taub said that parties in the Middle Eastern region are realizing that they have to make choices on who they ally with that they never would have made before.
He says that this presents an opportunity for Israel because those in the Middle East who are more forward-looking realize that partnering with Israel is in their own best interests.
He he has said that the Geneva deal, which has been praised in such places as the UK’s House of Commons, is a bad deal that won’t stop and probably won’t even slow down Tehran’s ambitions when it comes to being a nuclear power. Read more: Daniel Taub | Crunchbase and Daniel Taub | Ideamench
He said that the agreement doesn’t require anything to be dismantled such as their Arak plutonium heavy water reactor. He says that all 10,200 centrifuges they use to generate nuclear power will continue to spin even after the deal is signed because it is so weak.
Other prominent Israelis have joined Daniel Taub in ringing the sirens. One Israeli Cabinet Minister, Naftali Bennett, said that if a suitcase-carried nuclear bomb goes off in the next few years in a city like New York or London it will be because of the Geneva agreement.
As a lawyer himself Daniel Taub has gone over the agreement himself and he sees it as full of holes for Iran to exploit any time they want.