Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague speaks during a press conference following the Friends of Syria meeting in London, on May 15, 2014. (AFP PHOTO / POOL/ MATT DUNHAM)
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At a time when the ground offensive is as fierce as ever, with some 100 deaths a day in Syria, the opposition inside Syria needs tangible support, not just diplomatic dances which contribute nothing to how events are playing out.With friends like these, does Syria even need to worry about the regime it is fighting? Syria needs friends who are prepared to make the necessary decisions, however hard they may be, to help the rebels actually win this war before the country is entirely destroyed.
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