Israel disappears from world maps sold by Ikea in Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia.
Okay, here's the thing:
EVERY map in the Middle East has Israel blacked out, censored or omitted. It's nothing unusual there, and no fault of Ikea. My schoolbook atlases and encyclopedias at home had Israel blacked out too. It's just one of the billion odd screwed up quirks of life in the Middle East. And I doubt very much that map would be corrected, because like I said, EVERY commercially sold map in the Middle East has Israel censored, because Arabs refuse to acknowledge the existence of Israel.
You can't even travel to any Middle Eastern country with a current or even an old Israeli visa or stamp of entry on your passport, regardless of nationality. You have to go get a whole new one made and then travel. All .il (Israel's internet domain) websites are not accessible from the Middle East either. That's how hardcore they are about not acknowledging it exists.
So now you know.