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- ItemBETWEEN THE PRINCILPLE OF PERMANENT SOVEREIGNTY OVER NATURAL RESOURCES AND ITS APPLICATIONS IN PALESTINE AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF THE PRINCIPLE OF PERMANENT SOVEREIGNTY(جامعة النجاح الوطنية, 2022-02-15) Shawahi, LinaThe principle of permanent sovereignty over natural resources is an international principle derived from the right to self-determination، Rather, it considers the economic aspect of this right. International organizations have attached considerable importance to this principle, so the General Assembly has issued many resolutions, as well as the Security Council stipulating that this principle must be applied and that all countries have the right to apply this principle to their territory without interference from any external forces. This principle is considered to be of economic importance affecting the economy of countries and their economic position at the international level. Whereas, it is necessary for the international community to join hands to ensure the application of the principle of permanent sovereignty over natural resources in all countries, large and small, rich and poor, developing and developed, in compliance with the principle of equality in sovereignty among countries, and the necessity to apply the requirements of activating international protection for this principle. Palestine was shed as a model and the principle of permanent sovereignty over natural resources was applied under occupation, as according to international rules, sovereignty is considered to be the right of the state under occupation, but it became clear through studying the Palestinian situation as a model that the occupying state has We deprived the Palestinian people of their right to sovereignty over their natural resources, and even their right to self-determination And it controlled these resources and exploited them and channeled their returns to the economy of the occupying power, which in turn led to the economically following the occupied people. This is what was clarified by the Geneva Convention for the Protection of Civilian Rights in Time of War of 1949 and the Hague Convention of 1907.