The books have made The New York Times Best Seller list.
The Honorverse refers to the military science fiction book series, its two sub-series, two prequel series, and anthologies created by David Weber and published by Baen Books.
They are centred on the space navy career of the principal protagonist Honor Harrington.
Hafez stressed that he was "a young man like any other young man" and would never leave his country.
He added that he was proud to represent his country in this international competition for youth, stressing that he fought local competitions to win the right to join the Syrian team at this international event.
Most of the more than 20 novels and anthology collections cover events between 40 AD with "PD" (Post-Diaspora) dating beginning with a dispersal to the stars from our sun ("Sol") in 2103 AD.
The main series novels are set primarily in a timeline beginning 40 years after Harrington's birth on October 1, 3962 AD (1859 PD), and some short stories flesh out her earlier career.
He stressed that hope was never lost in his country and that the people and the government were united in the face of the forces intervening to seize the country.
"From my own point of view, I hope the war will not last long, but such problems need time to settle them. The crisis has been going on for 6 years and I hope it is coming to an end Hafez said that while participating in international competitions across the world, he sometimes faces questions about his political positions, but people quickly understand that he is a perfectly normal young man.
"I have always lived like a normal child, and my friends see me as a normal person. " Asked how he felt when people said his father was a 'dictator', Hafez stressed that he knew very well what kind of man his father belonged to.
He pointed out that people say many things about the president, but many of them are blind and their words not true.
Between 17 about half a million Irish people set sail for Australia.1 Those leaving Ireland turned towards an unknown future half a world away beyond perilous oceans, not expecting to see their homeland again.