Daniel Taub hopes Iran nuclear weapons tussle will unify the Middle East countries

Daniel Taub is an international lawyer and a former diplomat. He represented Israel for four years as ambassador.

In the four years that he held the position, he made contributions which cannot be matched by any diplomat before him who represented Israel in the United Kingdom. Daniel Taub performance was excellent. He took care of the interests of his country and ensured they gained maximally.

One of the best things he managed to do was to double trade between Israel and the U.K. More goods from Israeli found market in the United Kingdom.

He also enhanced the businesses owned by the Jews in the U.K. Over 3,000 Jews had businesses by the time he was leaving office. At the end of his term, he was pleased with the achievements that he made.

Daniel Taub as a diplomat has extensively worked with the Israeli government in peace negotiation efforts for the Middle East. He represented the government in peace negotiations with Palestine on the issue of Gaza.

Taub knows very well why the Middle East conflicts are still in existence. He has gone to various media channels to explain to the world what has been delaying peace efforts in the region. One of the things he is concerned with is the nuclear weapon issues of Iran.

Israel believes that Iran’s nuclear weapons can harm its territory. As such, they are concerned that the United Nations has allowed Iran to much space to continue with nuclear weapon manufacturing. The UN thinks that it had done enough to stop Iran, but Daniel Taub and Israel think differently.

Israel is concerned that Iran can support the terror groups that operate in the region to harm them. The issue of Iran nuclear weapons has also attracted the attention of other Arab countries in the Middle East. Read more: Daniel Taub | Ideamench and Daniel Taub | Crunchbase

Although Israel and the Arab nations do not agree ideologically, the issue of Iran seems to bring some consensus between them. All agree that nuclear weapons in the hands of Iran will be detrimental to the success of peace agreements.

Daniel Taub believes that it is time Israel and other Arab nations in the Middle East worked together to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons in the region. Already there are a number of countries that have shown goodwill in this mission.

They include Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and the Gulf of States. These countries are cooperating silently, and there is a possibility of them working together from now going forth.