Land exchange with the 1967 borders as a starting point
is an Israeli demand.
Hence the land (in exchange for the Jordan Valley) ought to be exchanged with a ratio in favour of
the Palestinians, e.g. 1.5 to 1.
Namely, for each dunam kept in Israeli hands in the Jordan Valley,
Israel shall give 1.5 dunam (near Nitzana).
Israel shall evacuate a large area
(larger than the whole Gaza Strip) either north or
south of Nitzana, near the Egyptian border.
If Gaza (the Hammas) joins
the Palestinian State and the peace agreement,
then this area may be given to Egypt as part of a
triple exchange, so that in return,
Egypt will provide land to extend the Gaza Strip far
towards the south and into Sinai.
Alternatively, this area near Nitzana may be given directly to the Palestinian State.
The area given to the Palestinians
will be developed so that one million
refugees will be able to move there.