Iran Will Continue to Make Nukes

The Israeli ambassador to the Uk, Daniel Taub, believes that regardless of what the deal signed with Iran says, they are still going to make nuclear weapons.

According to Daniel Taub, one of the biggest worries about Iran’s uranium is that the deal states they can not have uranium that is greater than 5% purity, but with their high speed centrifuges they can go from 3.5% purity to weapons grade. Read more: Daniel Taub | LinkedIn and Daniel Taub | Crunchbase

These high speed centrifuges enable Iran to have weapons grade uranium very quickly if they decide to break the deal. These high speed centrifuges should have been shut down and as part of the deal, Iran is supposed to take all their already existing uranium that is 5% purity and above and dilute it down to below 5%. Iran has seemingly yet to do this.

Daniel Taub is also worried about how the newly elected president of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, has been having secret talks with Washington in the United States. He believes this is how they came to the Geneva Deal between Israel and Iran.

Daniel Taub was born and raised in the United Kingdom. He studied in Hertfordshire, England and then in London and after that at Harvard University. Learn more about Daniel Taub: and

After moving to Israel in 1989, he enlisted and served in the Israeli Defense Forces as a combat medic. He later became a reserve officer in the international law division in the Israeli Defense Forces.

While serving in the Israeli Defense Forces, he also worked as a speechwriter for President Chaim Herzog and joined the Israeli Foreign Ministry in 1991.

Extremely knowledgeable in international law, especially in counter terrorism and the laws of war, Daniel Taub served as Principle Deputy Legal Adviser for Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and was the legal adviser to Israel’s missions to the United Nations in New York and Geneva. He has served as a negotiator for a couple different peace talks between Israel and a few other countries. Read more: Daniel Taub | Wikipedia and Daniel Taub | LinkedIn

He became the Israeli ambassador to the United Kingdom in 2011 and between 2011-2013 trade between Israel and the United Kingdom reached $8 billion. Taub is also a great public speaker and has even been featured on CNN, Newsnight, and even the BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.

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