Three different bloggers are feeling the burn of concern for Syria's plight. Each gives their piece of mind on what needs doing, but the general consensus is to be weary of foreign intervention on all fronts.
Yazan from Syria cannot sustain his silence any longer. For him, talking politics is a "damned if you do, damned if you don't" type of situation, but enough is enough. His passionate account has been deemed a must-read by other bloggers and has denounced foreign involvement in Syrian affairs.
"When activists like Maysaloon and Ammar Abdulhamid and ‘opposition’ figures in the SNC speak about the desperate need ‘to make deals with the devil’ in order to topple the regime, it is sheer senselessness. They are damning the soul of the nation, the intifada, by repeating the cycle of foreign dependency and will ensure a façade of liberty."
This isn't the first time that a Twitter post has caused controversy, but it is a whole different story when it's from politician Saad Hariri. Should he have made his intentions towards Syria so publicly known, considering Syria and Lebanon's somewhat sensitive relationship? This Lebanese blogger doesn't think so.