Iran may be on the verge of sparking a world war depending on how it responds to the assassination of Gen Qassem Soleimani.

In this regard, the media has published a map that is said to detail who its allies and enemies in the region are.

In a post published by the DailyStar, the Telegraph quotes the question: The Middle East is on the brink of conflict with fears of the outbreak of World War III, but who is on whose side?

As the media outlet recalled, Iranian General Qassem Soleimani was killed by the United States last Friday in a deadly rocket attack prompting worldwide reactions.

The Americans' move has provoked a crisis in the region and provoked threats of retaliation by the Islamic regime.

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And this medium appreciates that the Middle East is a complex region with allies and sworn enemies next to each other.

A map details the intricate picture of the Middle East between Iran's allies and enemies

Thus, DailyStar has published a map detailing who is on whose side in the region conflict.

According to the map, Iran is allied with Iraq while Syria, Lebanon and Yemen are divided in their support.

The US-led anti-Iranian forces are Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Israel.

Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and Jordan play "different cards" in the conflict.

"Two opposing coalitions in the Middle East define a rivalry that threatens to tear the region apart."

"As competition for dominance intensifies, confrontation between Iran's network and state and non-state actors and a counter-front of traditional Western allies - with Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Israel - has become the centerpiece of the region's battle," it is said in writing.

Meanwhile, referring to recent developments in the region, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel - all called for "de-escalation" by both sides, writes the Daily Star.

In a joint statement issued late Sunday, the three leaders said: "We call on all parties to exercise maximum restraint and responsibility. The current cycle of violence in Iraq must be stopped. "

"We specifically call on Iran to refrain from further violent action, and call on Iran to return all measures in violation of the JCPOA (Iran's nuclear agreement).

"We remember our commitment to Iraq's sovereignty and security. Another crisis risks endangering years of efforts to stabilize Iraq. "

"We also reaffirm our commitment to continue the fight against Daesh (ISIS), which remains a high priority."

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“Maintaining the Coalition is essential in this regard. Therefore, we urge the Iraqi authorities to continue to provide the Coalition with all necessary support. "

"We are ready to continue our engagement with all parties in order to contribute to easing tensions and restoring stability in the region."

Recall that growing concern about the escalation of the situation in the region came after US President Donald Trump authorized an attack on Qassem Soleimani.

Soleiman, the architect of Tehran's clandestine and military operations as head of the Revolutionary Guard's Quds Force, was killed Friday in a US drone attack while on a convoy at Baghdad airport.

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In response, Iranian authorities have reportedly announced that they will offer a $ 80 million reward for the head of US President Donald Trump following the assassination of General Qasem Soleimani.

According to the media, such an "offer" was made during the television broadcast of the funeral by official state broadcasters.

In addition, Iran has indicated that it will not abide by any restrictions on the 2015 nuclear deal, the country's state television reported on Sunday.

The killing of the Iranian general has also prompted a decision by the Iraqi Parliament to pass a resolution calling for the removal of US troops from the country.