Israel is likely to work together with some of its antagonist going forth. Their interests of the countries in the Middle East are common especially on matters that touch on the manufacture of nuclear weapons.
According to the former Israeli diplomat to the United Kingdom, Mr. Daniel Taub, there is a common consensus among the states in the region that no country should be allowed to manufacture nuclear weapons. The matter has arisen out of the evidence that Iran is actively involved in the manufacture of nuclear weapons. Learn more about Daniel Taub: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/jul/13/israel-peace-pressure-israeli and http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/personal-view/8833883/Gilad-Shalits-return-is-a-testament-to-Israels-love-of-life.html
The countries in the Middle East all agree that if Iran is allowed to manufacture these weapons, there will be a problem in the future. There is a high probability that these weapons may end up in the hands of the terror group in the region.
These are groups that may harm others in the region. Israel is one country that does not take its security lightly. It is concerned that Iran has been supporting terror groups such as the Hezbollah. In a case where the terror groups have access to nuclear weapons, then there would be a problem in terms of the country’s ability to secure its territory. Read more: Daniel Taub | Ideamench and Daniel Taub | Crunchbase
Many governments in the Middle East share the same concerns that Israel has been putting forward to the international community. The UN has been at the center of brokering a deal that will see Iran stop manufacturing of nuclear weapons.
However, according to Daniel Taub, the deal that was arrived at is weak and cannot prevent Iran from manufacturing these weapons. The agreement does not have any punitive measures that can make Iran stop its nuclear weapons manufacturing activities.
Daniel Taub believes that there will soon be more cooperation between countries in the region as they look into making the territories more secure.
The traditional differences between Israel and the Arab nations are likely to take a back seat as more issues of concern comes up. Other Arab countries believe that nuclear weapons in Iran would be a disaster. Tehran is at the center of radical extremists who have posed a great threat to the stability of the Middle East.
Daniel Taub believes that Israel is not alone in worrying about the insecurity threat that is posed by Iran with the nuclear weapons they are manufacturing.
Daniel Taub is of the opinion that if the countries which are against the move rise above the traditional differences, there is a likelihood that they will pressurize the international community to put in place a deal that will ensure no production of nuclear weapons in the Middle East.