The Nuclear Threat in the Middle East

Daniel Taub is the one-time Israeli diplomat that was assigned to the United Kingdom. During his time working as an ambassador to the UK Taub was responsible for bringing his country, the state of Israel, and the British Isles in a new period of unforeseen international trade and possible prosperity.

Daniel Taub has worked tirelessly to bring this level of trust together, and his work has led to further unification between Israel and Western Europe. His work in England finished, Taub returned home to Israel after four years of working abroad in order to attempt to increase relations and patch up issues that Israel has had with its Islamic neighbors for an extended period of time. Read more: Daniel Taub | Crunchbase and Daniel Taub | Ideamench

While he has been able to make a great deal of positive change there are still possible dangers over the horizon for Israel and possibly the world as a whole. The Islamic country of Iran has been working towards nuclear power for a while now, and it would appear that they are becoming close to developing the ability to produce nuclear weapons.

During the Obama presidency, there was a signing of a newly devised treaty known as the Geneva II, which some may argue made it more of a possibility for Iran to reach its goals.

The goal of Geneva II was to provide Muslim countries the ability to work within their own sovereign nation without fear of repercussion of interference from outside, potentially more militaristically powerful nations.

This decision also was to positively affect the state of Israel of course, but Daniel Taub was afraid that the ideas and concerns of nations such as Iran would supersede those of his people. The nuclear threat has always been a looming horror ever since the initial dropping and detonation of nuclear devices in Hiroshima and Nagasaki that ended World War II.

Daniel Taub is concerned that Iran will eventually create a means to usher at the end of Israel, which is a true threat, especially considering Iran’s past with the Jewish homeland.

As long as Daniel Taub is working towards bringing up positive change for Israel and the rest of the world there is always hope that this concern, like many others, that Israel faces, will be eventually swept under the rug and put to rest. Only time will tell what will happen and if Iran will succeed in its efforts for energy.

Learn more about Daniel Taub:

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/may/08/boycott-israelis-tuc-bigotry
https://www.crunchbase.com/person/daniel-taub#/entity

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