Daniel Taub, the former ambassador of Israel to the United Kingdom is an Israeli who is concerned about the future of his country. Taub used his time in office to address the issues that Israel was facing in the Middle East. He used the opportunities he had to talk to the media the status of the conflicts in the Middle East. Read more: Daniel Taub | Ideamench and Daniel Taub | Crunchbase
Before he was appointed the ambassador to the UK, Daniel Taub was serving in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. His role was to make sure that Israel was sufficiently represented in international negotiations. Daniel Taub is an international attorney who deals with counter-terrorism and laws of war. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://rabbisacks.org/rabbi-sacks-conversation-daniel-taub/
Daniel Taub served Israel as an ambassador for four years. He has since left office and is now back to Israel where he works with a foundation called Yaniv Hadiv. While serving in the office of the ambassador, Daniel Taub had a chance to be interviewed by “the independent”. In the interview, Daniel Taub took issue with an accord that had been passed by the Security Council permanent members plus Iran.
The accord was meant to stop Iran from making nuclear bombs by diluting its uranium reserves. Uranium is an element used to make weapons of mass destruction. The accord was signed in Geneva and was overseen by the then-new president of Iran Mr. Rouhani.
Daniel Taub just like him Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed frustrations with the accord. He claimed that there was nothing the accord had done to stop Iran from making nuclear bombs.
The six months window that had been allocated to Iran was just another opportunity for to continue making the nuclear weapons unperturbed. Iran which neighbors Israel is one of the countries that are seen as leading opponents of the Jewish state in the Middle East region. Daniel Taub saw the accord as just a game that would materialize in nothing good.
Daniel Taub called on the United Nations to rethink the accord as it was not structured in a manner that would stop Iran from making nuclear bombs. His prime minister also is said to have called the then U.S president Barrack Obama condemning the move by the permanent members of the Security Council.
Daniel Taub is a staunch Jew who believes that the Jewish community needs to be strengthened. He has used the positions he has held to push for better treatment of the Jews wherever they live.