In a he-said she-said scenario, it's unclear who or what is responsible for the sustained blackout.
The country lost online access on Wednesday, according to Internet monitoring company Renesys.
Citizens in the country once again have access to the Internet, following an eight-hour outage early Wednesday.
An outage at 10:26 a.m. UTC, or 5:26 a.m. ET, shut down all Syrian access to the Web. Phone lines also appear to be down, and airlines are canceling flights.
Both services have reportedly been blocked by the government, says the Guardian, forcing people to access them through VPN software.
Internet, mobile, and landline networks have been inaccessible in the war-torn country.
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The Internet is back online in most of the country after an outage some say was orchestrated by the government to disrupt opposition forces.
Amid rebel fighting in the capital of Tripoli, Internet access appeared to be restored for local citizens but just as quickly was taken away, according to several news reports.
Internet access is back in Syria after a more than 19 hour outage that started on Tuesday. But what caused the Internet to go down?