It’s been suggested that Israel swap some land within Israel proper — possibly in the form of a route joining the West Bank and Gaza — for some ‘Palestinian’ land near the Green Line on which Israeli settlements stand. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has not explicitly rejected such a land swap.
I have a better idea.
About 850,000 Jews fled Arab countries after Israel’s founding in 1948, leaving behind assets valued today at more than $300 billion, said Heskel M. Haddad [president of the World Organization of Jews from Arab Countries].
He added that the New York-based organization has decades-old property deeds of Jews from Arab countries on a total area of 100,000 sq.km. – which is five times the size of the State of Israel.
Most of the properties are located in Iraq, Egypt and Morocco, Haddad said. — Jerusalem Post
Not only this, but what about the oil underneath this property? We own that, too!
I propose to offer the Arab world the 100,000 sq. km. of Jewish property they are squatting on — they can even keep the oil — in return for Judea, Samaria, and Gaza. What a deal!
Call it square, Nakba for Nakba.