Do you see it? Notice how all of Israel's neighbors; Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt, all have the major highways and cities marked, but Israel.... well, there's nothing. Not even Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Based on this map, the third-world Syrians would seem to be racing ahead.
Even the tribal regions of Afghanistan and northern Pakistan, where government forces have never dared enter, still seem to have roads and towns marked out, in case you wanted to take a Sunday afternoon drive through the Tora Bora highlands.
And it's not as if there aren't already existent GPS maps of Israeli road networks. I've been looking at installing a GPS system in my car. Veeery interesting.
Also, if you look carefully, there's another glitch.
What is that, LAKES? In the Negev? I think I'll with Mapquest.