Iranian rockets with "neuroparalytic" agents were identified as a threat to American and British forces during the war in Iraq, according to reports included in the files.
The missiles were highlighted in a military report released among 400,000 secret files by the whistle-blowing siteWikileakson Friday night.
It states that on January 17, 2006, a group of militants in Iraq was able to buy 50 neuroparalytical projectiles from munitions smugglers.
The missiles, it says, can cause neuroparalytic conditions similar to those caused by the venom in snake bites.
The identity of the group that bought the 82mm missiles in Ash Shamiyah, central Iraq, was not recorded by intelligence officers.
However, the document states: "The ammunition came from Iran, via Al Basrah."
It also records that the smuggler was a member of the Al Sharky group from Tahmaziyah Town, south west from Al Hillah.
The report adds that, because it is not known what makes up the paralysing agent, where it comes from and how it is incorporated in the rocket, it is hard to assess the risk to coalition forces.
But it concludes: "Even if the Al Sharky group attempted to include a neuroparalytical agent on or in a projectile, it is unlikely that this attempt would be successful. The explosion from the munitions alone would destroy the neuroparalytical agent."
Iranian agents also came up with a plan to rig a car with explosives and poisonous chemicals for an attack on Baghdad's Green Zone, according to the documents.
An armoured black GMC Suburban with tinted windows, similar to those used by US officials and contractors, was allegedly to be detonated at a checkpoint to allow gas to spread over the secure area.
However, notes on the report made my US explosives experts cast doubt on the scheme's practicality.
The war logs contain repeated references to weapons smuggling and co-ordination of attacks by Teheran, even claiming that Iranian elements would dictate where assassination targets should be shot.
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