Iran says "serious doubts over suspicious WikiLeaks releases"
Iran said Tuesday that there were "serious doubts over suspicious WikiLeaks releases" of nearly 400,000 secret US war documents about Iraq, DPA reported.
The leaked documents reportedly revealed that among the Iraqi groups that received weapons from Iran were anti-US Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr's Mehdi Army and the Badr Organization, which was the military wing of politician Ammar al-Hakim's Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq party.
"There are serious doubts over these suspicious releases and disclosures, and the main aim of those involved seems unclear and rather distrustful," Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said.
He said Tehran would not approve the disclosed data and would confront those parts related to Iran.