As you say, niloticus is the prevalent subspecies in the Nile Valley, however I am not sure about the Red Sea coast. Certainly indicus is present on the Saudi side of the coast and assumed to be the one in Southern Israel/Sinai. It is as likely that this is the one present here as 'escapees' from the Nile Valley.
Most parties say that tingitanus is no closer than Libya.
With species such as this and recognising the volumes of shipping in the area, it is highly likely that this species is actually a mix of forms now.