This grows in Modiin, Israel. The leaves look like black locust (Pseudoacacia robinia) to me, but the branches are very knobby. Can anyone identify it?
Although the photos are less than ideal, and I can't see any flowers or fruit, I can clearly see that the leaves are "evenly pinnate" and rounded distally (not pointed). The wood structure also looks bumpy. Given Israel as the neighborhood, it is likely to be a carob tree (Ceratonia siliqua) which is native to the Mediterranean region. This tree is sometimes mistakenly called a "locust" tree. See Links below.