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It looks like Batocera rufomaculata - see http://www.zin.ru/animalia/coleoptera/eng/batrufiz.htm for an image. Known as the tropical fig borer, it is reported to occur from the west coast of Africa to India and also discovered in Syria. Considered a very common species.
Nice image. I have set up a DG Bug Guide file for this species http://davesgarden.com/guides/bf/go/7129/ which can be used for image addition if you wish by clicking on the appropriate link at the bottom area of the page.
I don't know these, but click beetles have a spur underneath their belly that snaps into a space in the other body part when they bend- I think. Probably involves moving body parts, not a 'vocal' thing.