A Champion of Peace

Daniel Taub, a champion of peace. Daniel Taub is Israel’s Ambassador and he has made it his mission to strive for peace in the middle east. He speaks highly of his relationships with the west and the UK. They are the world powers that have made life in Israel so great.

His family grew up there and he wants his children to have the same growing opportunity. Thanks to the Geneva Deal that was signed last Sunday at 4am that has the potential to become a possibility.

The potential. Daniel Taub has stated that the Geneva Deal does not take enough precaution to prevent Iran from continuing their construction of nuclear missiles. They have multiple reactors and facilities to develop nuclear power but the deal has done virtually nothing to dismantle them. They even have military plans that have gone untouched.

Daniel Taub is not in favor of a nuclear Iran and he warns the world that proliferation of the middle east with nuclear warheads would be disastrous for everyone. The world would be thrown into chaos.

In an effort to prevent this terrible outcome, Daniel Taub has posited the idea that we could forge alliances with nations that were previously unthinkable. Those countries that we have not been able to meet at the table and share ideas with could be the key for forging peace. Read more: Daniel Taub | Ideamench and Daniel Taub | Crunchbase

Many nations have taken note of this unorthodox plan and agree with the strategy. It seems that new alliances would be the proper plan in a world that is unlike anything we have ever known.

The 10,200 centrifuges that Iran currently has spinning in their nuclear facilities will not be dismantled, but the millions of citizens around the world can be made safe by world powers willing to cooperate with one another.

Daniel Taub warns that the next six months will allow Iran the time it needs to get closer to a nuclear weapons state. It is in our hands to stop this devastating fate and it is very possible.

Many world leaders are agreeing with Daniel Tau on this issue. They are seeing the effects of a nuclear Iran and want more to be done.

Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.parashadiplomatit.com/  and http://jewishnews.timesofisrael.com/the-aliyah-100-list/