A friend showed me a classified ad for a 1970s Siemens RCD in Israel (just for laughs) and that piqued my curiosity in Israeli wiring. I quickly found a few Youtube videos showing electrical work, unfortunately most of them very short and teaser-trailer style. The things they do show are interesting enough. Apparently the wiring system is similar enough to central European practices, with 230/400 V mains supplies for homes being fairly common, harmonised colours and DIN rail consumer units. Not sure if this chap is a bit of a cowboy or whether the regs. are more relaxed than in Europe though - some of the videos show things that'd be downright illegal here, like using the green/yellow core as a phase in order to supply two sockets from individual MCBs instead of one (he does run an earth wire, borrows it from a nearby wall light) and some of the wires look fairly undersized.
Have fun with the videos from a part of the world I haven't seen before!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBoMtcuxe1rOlHSrJAFmoxg