I want to extend a couple of electric wires coming out of a ceiling to get to a hole at the top of a lighting fixture. Let's assume for the sake of discussion the lighting fixture is fixed and will not be moved, rotated etc.
I'm used to this kind of wire connectors:
(obviously I'll need just two 1-to-1 units in this case.)
and I could use those - except that I don't have enough cross-section for them. The wires will be located between the top surface of the lighting fixture and the ceiling, and will not have more than a few millimeters of spare height. Here's how it looks (black blob is the hole):
How do I connect the wires in a stable fashion, hopefully without too much fuss? Are there special thin-profile connectors I could get?
PS - I live in Palestine/Israel in case that matters w.r.t. tools/equipment available to me.