All five of my hives are individually on landscape timbers or treated scrap 4x4's screwed together in three criss-cross layers. I find them stable, easy to level, lets you move them one at a time, don't rot, look nice and I like the height.A tire rim large enought to support the hive will work.
Or, cut some 4" X 4" lumber to your needs and stack them criss-crossed.
I'm not sure what the local fauna consists of in Israel. Mosqitos, poisonous snakes, etc. A perfect hiding area, etc. Also, as someone mentioned, when the air goes out, you'll have problems. Now, maybe a big steel wheel from a tractor trailer might be nice. Personally, I use cement blocks, or as others call them, cinder blocks.Can i use a car tyre as a hive stand that isolate the hive from the ground?