is the so-called 'inadmissibility of acquiring territory by force' referenced in many UN resolutions on Israel. The only problem is that for something to become a generally accepted principle of law, it has to be shown to have been enforced in the majority of cases, not just where Israel (or oil) is concerned. As this article clearly points out, this principle is NOT and has not been enforced in the majority of cases (including many which have occurred AFTER the founding of the UN in 1945 and the founding of Israel in 1948). That is a fact and I challenge anyone to come up with examples showing that this so-called 'principle of international law' has been enforced in the majority of cases.
Hungary's Orban: Refugees threaten Europe's Christian roots (Reuters)
from the article: The EU's glaring hypocrisy regarding Israel