Daniel Taub, the outgoing Israel ambassador to the United Kingdom, believes that Iran will still make a nuclear bomb. Despite the agreement between other world powers and Tehran, Taub is convinced that Iran is committed to achieving the nuclear bomb that they already started working on some years back. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.daniel-taub.co.il/ and http://www.everipedia.com/editor/dtaub/
The purpose of the deal was, however, to stop Iran from developing the nuclear weapon as reports indicate that Iran has been working on this bomb for decades.
Iran Will Still Create a Bomb
Mr. Taub’s reason for insisting that Iran will fail to honor the pact between Tehran and other world powers is that the agreement did not demand any equipment, mechanisms or better yet, infrastructure involved in making and finally, running the nuclear bomb.
Also, the deal did not question the whereabouts of the processing plant and maybe issue further demands on the dismantling of the nuclear plant.
Daniel Taub’s Sentiments
Given the stated facts, Mr. Taub adds that the activities that were ongoing the night before the agreement was jotted down will still be current a day or two days later. That agreement, he adds, has only made the situation worse by promoting insecurity in the world.
The First Leader
On the other hand, there was a transition of power from Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, always known for being a hard-line state leader to Hassan Rouhani, the incoming leader whose character can be described as being moderately controlled.
This change of leadership has made it quite difficult for Iran to make a clear stand on the subject matter. With the later, it was clear that the development of the nuclear bomb would proceed as usual.
The Second Leader
With the second leader, however, being a moderated state leader, it was rather clear that he was inclined to work with other world powers in handling business. Even so, it was a bit difficult to tell his next move.
Daniel Taub is a prominent Israeli diplomat. He is also an international lawyer and has been the Israeli ambassador to the United Kingdom for four years. To be precise, he served between 2011 and 2015. Currently, he is the director of strategic planning for Yad Hanadiv Foundation.
Mr. Taub was born in Britain before he immigrated to Israel in early 1989. When he arrived in Israel, he joined the Israel Defence Forces where he served as a combat medic.
He also served as a reserve officer before joining the government. Even as he resigns from his role as an ambassador as the law dictates, his legacy will be upheld.