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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Mousab Azzawi
Fighting between rebels and Syrian forces intensified and spread across the capital of Damascus on Tuesday as diplomats scrambled to shore up a tough international response to the "civil war" ahead of a U.N. deadline for withdrawing observers.
Syrian security forces this week killed more than 200 people on the eve of a visit by international observers monitoring Syria's compliance with an Arab League peace plan, according to eyewitnesses, activists and opposition sources.
"If you don't provide us with the tools to topple the regime, we will join with the devil," said Mousab Azzawi of the Syrian Network for Human Rights, part of the Syrian opposition. "If the U.S. wants to put an end to al-Nusrah, they should support the other groups to turn the table on the regime and end this suffering."
He said the rebel offensive has boxed the regime into a circle 7 miles in diameter in Damascus.