I live in israel. Breakfast tends to be savory rather than sweet ( traditionally) though many kids grew up on bread and chocolate spread and now a lot of people eat breakfast cereal. Still, many eat salad ( fresh veggies - cucumber, tomato olives) with cottage cheese, eggs, feta, with fresh bread, pita. Or burekas ( flaky dough filed with feta, or hard cheese, or vegetables and cheese and baked. In winter they eat porridge with semolina. Breakast is served woth coffee, and kids drink chocolate milk or tea.
On the old time kibbutz's. They would serve huge breakfast of fresh bread, vegetables, eggs, cheese, before members went to work in the fields. Today, a more elaborate and modernized version if tha breakfast can be seen in Israeli hotels.
In traditional Arab restaurants they serve hummus for breakfast - humus, pita, hard boiled egg, chopped fresh salad.
I'm not a big breakfast person. I often skip it, sometimes I'll have a yogurt ( plain), small sandwich, or cottage cheese
Interestingly, in schools the kids would have 10am break where they would have a small breakfast ( sandwich, roll, cheese), instead of an earlier breakfast