Beirut is the city closest to Syria, has the strongest ties, and has the most to gain or lose from the situation in Syria and we anticipate high tweeting the city today.
Tahrir as the de facto Capital of the Jasmine Revolt and we would expect to see solidarity protests there after prayers. In Cairo scores of over 80 are very high.
Kuwait is a major hub for tweeting and it will be interesting to see if levels raise above their normal highs in the 80s to 90s over protests for Syria.
The twitter hastag Syria is very active.
One reads many posts the reflect the feelings of the Egyptian Google Exec and Democracy hero Wael Ghonim that the Royal Wedding is at best a distraction. Sentiments expressing frustration that a non-story like a future constitutional monarch will get so much more press time than a massive day of Syrian protests is understandable.
But one can not say this is the main stream media or states, private people elect to twitter globally much more about the Royal Couple than Syria. But twitter does contain the criticism that too much media effort is being applied to the lesser of two stories. This is a critical media service by itself.
There are many youTube videos coming out from Syria now