Israels ambassador to the UK Daniel Taub is distressed over the specifics not addressed by the signing of the Geneva accord. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/iran-will-still-make-a-nuclear-bomb-israel-s-ambassador-to-the-uk-daniel-taub-argues-the-geneva-deal-8965373.html and http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/personal-view/8833883/Gilad-Shalits-return-is-a-testament-to-Israels-love-of-life.html
His ultimate concern is that the deal, as it currently stands will do nothing to deter the nuclear threat imposed by Iran. Neither will it impede Irans mission to utilize a nuclear weapon.
The proposal between Tehran and the UN has sought Ambassador Daniel Taub to consider reaching out to past adversaries of the Israeli government in a hope to consider an appeal to counter possible threats in regard to Irans Nuclear program.
An Israeli national security team has been in talks with Washington seeking a more radical alliance between allies than has ever been conceived previously.
Never before has the idea of cooperative alliance been sought between Israel and principally Sunni nations. Countries like, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States. These Governments share in their growing concern over Irans nuclear relations.
The dealings between Israel and its western allies remains strong, despite Israels resistance towards the bid for compliance from Iran. Supporters of the current deal with Iran applaud it as the first step towards progress in diplomacy with Iran since 1979.
Foreign Secretary William Hague received recognition for the part he played in the deal for the UK from all sides involved. It will take six months to initiate sanctions to be eased after Iran shows evidence that guarantees uranium enrichment, as well as Iran being forced to allow more access to UN inspection.
Daniel Taub has ascertained that many countries in the middle east are now taking into consideration their fundamental and most critical needs. The concerns are so great at this point that many countries are willing to look beyond the issues of the past to make connections in the future for their overall safety.
The main issue that Israel finds problematic is that new sanctions may not actually keep Iran from accessing the bomb. Israel is deeply concerned with the obvious deceit shown previously by Iran.
The very infrastructure of the program even while under the inspection of International Atomic Energy Agency was based on continual lies. The current deal leaves too many lose ends.
Not enough is being done to dismantle the Irans nuclear program. Every centrifuge is still intact. The Arak plutonium heavy water reactor is still in place.
There is currently no process underway to inhibit the military program. There is simply to little being accomplished in the current deal to make a great deal of difference.