Here in Israel, people have found themselves at death's door while unintentionally visiting our supposed "peace, sic, partners," because they were following WAZE/GPS.
Three Israelis accidentally enter RamallahI do not know specifically about this case, but when the cause is publicized it is inevitably the same, even when soldiers are involved.
Three Israelis accidentally drove into the PA-controlled village of Ramallah on Saturday afternoon. Thereafter, they were rescued by the IDF, along with the Israeli Police and Arab Security Forces. The Arab police took them to the Focus Checkpoint, near the Israeli town of Beit El.
In October, two soldiers accidentally entered PA-controlled Dura, near Hevron, after relying on a navigation app. They were pelted with rocks, but managed to escape safely thanks to security forces' intervention. Later that month, four soldiers accidentally entered Halhul, also near Hevron, after being led there by Waze. (Arutz 7)
It's bad enough that civilians aren't familiar with the area, but when soldiers also get lost because they haven't learned maps properly, then it shows how poorly they are trained to deal with real emergencies.
I'm back to teaching remedial EFL in a boys yeshiva high school, and I've told them that it's worth getting used to a dictionary instead of using an electric dictionary or google translate. I say that a dictionary is like learning directions from a may, and the electric dictionary is the WAZE that can steer you into Arab terrorists.