Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Nuclear-Free-Middle-East-Launch-27MZIFL5N2HK.htmlConceptually similarNuclear Action at US Base in TurkeyGP0B4TCompleted★★★★Nuclear Action at US Base in TurkeyGP0P8NCompleted★★★★War Anniversary Demonstration in TurkeyGP07D5Completed★★★★War Anniversary Demonstration in TurkeyGP0ZM9Completed★★★★Diving through Tunnel - Mediterranean 2006GP0123PCompleted★★★★★★Nuclear-Free Middle East LaunchGP01505Completed★★★★Minister of Environment with Greenpeace ShirtGP03MHCompleted★★★★Nudibranch - Mediterranean 2006GP01315Completed★★★★★★Peace Now - Mediterranean 2006GP01AL9Completed★★★★★★View AllGP01F38Nuclear-Free Middle East LaunchGreenpeace holds a press conference, showing a life size replica of US's B-61 nuclear weapons deployed in Incirlik air base in Turkey. Simultaneous activities were held in Jerusalem, Israel and near Iran where a tour to advance a nuclear-free Middle-East is launched on the Rainbow Warrior, the Greenpeace flagship. Greenpeace is calling for urgent discussions about a Nuclear Free Middle East to create a region free of all nuclear technology, civil and military, as essential to increasing peace and stability in the region. The international peace and environment group said nuclear technology is not the solution to either national security or energy needsLocations:Baltic States-Heybeliada-Istanbul-IstanbulDate:18 Feb, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Caglar KanberMaximum size:2013px X 1536pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace campaigners-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Microphones-Nuclear (campaign title)-Press conferences-Speeches-Three people-WomenShoot:Nuclear-Free Middle East LaunchGreenpeace activists stage a protest in front of the Knesset, the Israeli Parliament, while a tour to advance a nuclear-free Middle East is launched in Iran on the Rainbow Warrior. Greenpeace is calling for urgent discussions about a Nuclear Free Middle East to create a region free of all nuclear technology, civil and military, as essential to increasing peace and stability in the region. Nuclear technology is not the solution to either national security or energy needs.