The Middle East conflicts have been hard for the international community to deal with. The United Nations has failed to strike any deal between the warring countries. The issues that have stopped a deal from taking place need to be looked at carefully by the international community.
The inefficiency of the mediators has sometimes caused the whole problem. Whenever a peace deal is arrived at, it should be the responsibility of every party in the deal to hold up their part of the bargain.
Some earlier agreement that has been reached between Israel and Palestine has been affected by the inability of the United Nations to fulfill the promises they have made.
When the United Nations accepts to stop arms trade with the Hamas terror group in the Sinai region but then fails to honor the agreement, they leave Israel with no other option than to take steps to protect its territory. Learn more about Daniel Taub: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/jul/13/israel-peace-pressure-israeli and http://rabbisacks.org/rabbi-sacks-conversation-daniel-taub/
The Hamas has been a group that has given hell to the Jewish state. Clearly, the peace negotiation that happens in the region has been hampered by the inaction of the united nation especially on offering the services they are supposed to.
Another example is where the UN has failed to offer support in the rebuilding of Gaza, even after Israel has committed millions of dollars to the region. The united nation has not remitted their part offer to assist in the reconstruction. Read more: Daniel Taub | Wikipedia and Daniel Taub | Crunchbase
The failure by the United Kingdom then puts to question the credibility of the international community to negotiate the peace deal. If they cannot offer the necessary support, then there is no need for them calling on the Jewish country to promote peace. Israel has been doing what it can to maintain peace in the region but has to make sure that there is no aggression on its territory.
Negotiations that are being called for by the United Nations must be based on a solid plan that every party will accept and obey the terms agreed upon. Daniel Taub, the former ambassador of Israel to the United Kingdom has condemned some countries that think that the way to get peace in the region is by applying pressure on Israel. He is categorical such plans cannot work.
About Daniel Taub
Daniel Taub is an international lawyer, an author, and philanthropist. He is the strategy director of a Jerusalem based foundation called Yaniv Hadiv. His main achievement as an ambassador was doubling trade between Israel and the U.K.