thx a lot!As above, been discussed in the past. As the OP is in Israel whatever brand name grease that's available locally and approved for automotive wheel bearings and which has Moly (Molybdenum) in it. IMO look for 3% Moly content. Then one grease will do it all.
But keep in mind the Mud grease mantra: Any grease is better than contaminated grease, or no grease at all. One caveat, as long as the new grease is compatible with what base-type grease is already being used if topping up. ie: Lithium base mixed with Lithium base. If you don't know what's in the knuckles for example, better to clean them out (full front axle service) then repack the bearings and knuckles with the grease you intend to use.
Shell and Chevron products are often found worldwide
Delo ® Syn-Grease™ SXD 220 Moly 5% EP 1 (for cold climates)
For hot climates:
Delo ® Grease ESI ® HD Moly 5% EP
Delo ® Grease ESI ® HD Moly 3% EP
Valvoline Palladium in the US (3% Moly) is a good choice IME if available.
Been running the Palladium in my knuckles, slip yolks and U-joints for decades, no issues. For bearings I've been using Mobil 1 (personal preference) but the Palladium is perfectly acceptable for wheel bearings as it's rated for that application.
There's also an AMSOIL distributor in Israel:
Side note: Valvoline's lube/oil/grease/coolant business is about to be bought by Saudi Aramco. I assume it will continue to be marketed as Valvoline, so maybe just the packaging will change "A division of Saudi Aramco". FWIW.