The coloration alone appears to be an exact match with that of the Common Yellow Scorpion, Buthus occitanus israelis, but israelis has more linears (3 lines) running the segments of the tergite. Buthus occitanus (Meditterranean Yellow Scorpion) only has a single linear running the length of it's tergite, leaving me to believe it is a color morph of the Mediterranean subspecies. It indefinitely appears to be a Buthus occitanus. Awesome scorp!!! I want, I want, I want!!!
Edit: Notice the grooved markings on each side of the tergite segments. Buthus is the only genus I know of that has these in such a distinctive fashion.