Looking again at my address coordinates, I see that Openstreetmap is guilty of a political bias. The majority of the village is actually in what Israelis term a "no-man's land" (שטח הפקר) between Israel and Palestine (formerly Jordan), whereas the presentation in Openstreetmap shows us as being well within the Israeli territory.
The status of this buffer zone has never actually been decided. It was not, like East Jerusalem or the Golan Heights, unilaterally annexed by Israel. Google Maps and other mapping companies do show the no man's land area, but it has not been added to Openstreetmap. I don't know how to edit there, but perhaps I should write to them. I imagine that, like Wikipedia, Openstreetmap is a hotbed of political dispute, and the omission is not by chance.
(See the Wikipedia article