It will be at least a week before we'll find out if the U-S will use military force in Syria.President Barack Obama wants lawmakers to weigh in on it, and they are not back in Washington until the week of September 9th.In the meantime, many here, especially those with ties to Syria, are left to wonder what congress will decide and how the decision will affect their loved ones back home.Joining us now is Rose Safar, she is with the Syrian Youth Group of Jacksonville. When you hear the president talk about striking Syria, your native country, how do you feel?TAKE VO: Can agree the situation in Syria is dire.More than 100,000 people killed since the civil war started in 2011. But in the latest issue, the use of chemical weapons, the U.S. Estimates nearly 1,500 people were killed in an attack on August 21st, more than 400 of them children. This was at 2:30 in the morning there, while most people were asleep.Let's listen to the president.TAKE SOT:QUESTION: U-S has tried sanctions, frozen assets, called for Assad to step down has not worked, Do you agree with the president when he essentially says something needs to be done?TAKE VO: You've made it clear you don't feel like a military strike is the right move, you're not the only one.There have been protest around the country, even here in Jacksonville, lets listen to what one protestor had to say.TAKE SOUND:QUESTION: You have) in Syria, what would a military strike mean for the people there. We put so much focus on the Assad Regime and the rebels, but what about people living their daily lives? 3 3 3 3 We are the united states of america. we cannot and must not turn a blind eye to what happened in damascus. out of the ashes of world war, we built an international order and enforced the rules that gave it meaning. we did so because we believe that the rights of individuals to live in peace and dignity depends on the responsibilities of nations. we are perfect, but this nation more than any other has been willing to meet those responsibilities. 3 3 "I don't think that the whole American people support this, and it's not fair for the Syrian people to, right after everything that happened, we go there and still bomb them."