Daniel Taub, the United Kingdom based ambassador to Israel, soared the idea of the Jewish state forming an alliance with some long-standing rivals in the middle east in an aim to counter the menace put up by the nuclear ambitions of Iran which according to him have stood immoderate even after the world powers deal with Tehran. Learn more about Daniel Taub: https://www.jnf.co.uk/2015/07/jnf-uk-bids-farewell-ambassador-daniel-taub/ and http://israblog.nana10.co.il/blogread.asp?blog=864881
Taub expressed Israel’s assertion firmly saying that the Geneva accord contracted would do little in reducing Iran’s purchase of fresh nuclear bombs and weapons or reduce the threats modelled by Iran and this would call for radical partnerships as well as retain traditional allies to sustain the situation.
He, however, predicted cooperation between Israel’s and some countries predominated by the Sunni which includes south Arabia and the Gulf states which have been largely concerned the nuclear created by Iran.
Daniel Taub argues that the region has so many neighbors from Beirut to Tehran and hence the nation should not think that they have been left out on their own.
Minimizing the many paradigms and differences among nations would lead nations in discovering how much they have in common and they should join forces and fight this common enemy by improving these relationships on these terms.
According to Daniel Taub, Israel has an outstanding relationship with the western allies despite its adamant opposition to the Geneva accord. Taub says that regions are likely to come together shortly due to changes they will experience forcing them to form alliances against Iran.
Daniel Taub was born in 1962 in Great Britain. He had his secondary school education at Askes boys school in Elstree after which he attended a university college in London and Oxford and later Harvard University.
In 1989, he relocated to Israel where he served in Israel’s defence forces as combat and at Israel’s defence forces international law as a reserve officer. He has been an international lawyer and a diplomat for twenty-five years and a widespread writer on the Middle East and Israel.
He has been a representative of Israel in conferences in the global world and all negotiations. He believes in developing a team. This involves selecting the right team and building it up into being the best. He has a high perception of Israel, and he intends to use security, dialogue, intelligence sharing and technical cooperation among other activity areas to bring up a better Israel.