There can be little doubt that the Iranian Nuclear Arms Deal has been a major source of consternation within the US, and within the other signatory nations, and in Iran, specifically. The ramifications of the deal, more specifically the concerns raised regarding Iran’s abiding by its strictures are further reaching, however, than just the concern it brings to the deal’s specified nations. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.alondon.net/index.php?action=art&id=7198&lang=he_IL and http://www.embassymagazine.com/biog/biog_countries/biog_emb37_israel.html
Iran’s potential bid for nuclear power is of huge concern to the Middle East as a whole. Such is the concern, in fact, that in 2013, Israel’s then ambassador to the United Kingdom, Daniel Taub, willingly went on record when speaking to the “Independant” at the Israeli Embassy in London, suggesting there could be unprecedented alliances in the region as a result of the prospect of a nuclear Iran.
As an expert at both International law and terrorism, it would be hard to envision a politician more suited to taking the pulse of the region.
Add in the fact that Taub has also worked on resolving one of the region’s persistent Gordion knots, specifically the Israeli Palestinian peace process, and his words seem particularly worth taking seriously. Read more: Daniel Taub | Ideamench and Daniel Taub | Wikipedia
The time was potentially nigh, according to that interview granted by Daniel Taub, when Sunni nations in the region with a vested interest in preventing Tehran-backed Shia alliances in the Middle East would have to come to grips, as would Israel, with their common ground.
Despite the widely unpopular Israeli occupation of Palestinian teritory, Taub seemed convinced that a shift was due, as countries in the region were forced to consider partnerships once viewed as untenable in the interest of the wider and more important goal of halting nuclear proliferation in the region, a goal which sadly Daniel Taub does not see as being much benefited by the Iranian desl.
Indeed, Taub lamented that Iran’s potential progress to nuclear prowess would be very little impeded, if at all, in so much as the infrastructure required for nuclear armament remains inviolate, or as Daniel Taub put it.” the 10200 centrifuge that were spinning on the eve of the agreement will be spinning on the day after. “