Daniel Taub is an Israeli foreign expert, intellect, and former Ambassador of the country in the U.K. He is known for accurate appraising of ground realities, especially in the Middle East region. In late 2013, he made a scathing attack on the Geneva deal that was considered as an accord between Iran and western countries.
Taub found a number of flaws in the nuclear deal that could potentially destabilize not only the region but can even create safety concerns for western countries in the later years. He said that the deal was not stopping Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons or no steps to mitigate the threats created by the country. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://israblog.nana10.co.il/blogread.asp?blog=864881 and http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/personal-view/8833883/Gilad-Shalits-return-is-a-testament-to-Israels-love-of-life.html
However, he expressed his thoughts that the new developments and threats by Shia-led Iran might create an opportunity to join hands between Sunni countries in the region and Israel. The radical axis controlled by Tehran has spread Gaza, Beirut, Damascus, and more, and it created threats to other countries in the region as well.
Daniel Taub confirmed that these countries should have started looking for deeper relationships considering the common fundamental strategic concerns that are aligned with their interests. He also added that the changed circumstances in the region gave new choices in relationships which were not thinkable before.
Taub also added that a number of elements in the Middle East region would make countries to collaborate with Israel, especially the parts who wanted prosperity and found to be forward-looking. He continued that a sizable number of people started thinking about the possibility of some sort of relationship.
Daniel Taub found that the deal has not strained the relationship of Israel with its western allies, and that was a good sign for him. While global powers were too optimistic about the deal with Iran, Israel did not think that way and warned that the deal was directing in the wrong direction.
Taub added that Israel is worried about the deal as it did not provide anything that was needed. There was nothing dismantled, and everything remained in place by posing clear threats of Iran acquiring the nuclear weapon. Israel is concerned by the fact that Iran would inch towards nuclear weapon at the end of the six-month period set in the Geneva accord. Read more: Daniel Taub | Ideamench and Daniel Taub | Crunchbase
After signing the deal, the next day, both Iran and the negotiators gave different interpretations for the accord, and it showed where the deal was heading, Daniel Taub said. He confirmed that the deal created wide anger in Israel as it contained many flaws.