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There is a somewhat [similar idiom][1]similar idiom in English:

With friends like that, who needs enemies?

However, this idiom is not reserved for good intent. For example it could also apply to a supposed friend who does not act kindly.

There is a somewhat [similar idiom][1] in English:

With friends like that, who needs enemies?

However, this idiom is not reserved for good intent. For example it could also apply to a supposed friend who does not act kindly.

There is a somewhat similar idiom in English:

With friends like that, who needs enemies?

However, this idiom is not reserved for good intent. For example it could also apply to a supposed friend who does not act kindly.

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There is a somewhat [similar idiom][1] in English:

With friends like that, who needs enemies?

However, this idiom is not reserved for good intent. For example it could also apply to a supposed friend who does not act kindly.