I've explored its flaws here and proffered an alternative. DiA gets to the point more succinctly here:

The point is that the map fails to distinguish between land that is owned by Jews or Palestinians, and land that is controlled by Jewish or Palestinian political entities.

My previous defense of the map against Goldblog's outrage is here.

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