The attack took place near Lions' Gate while tensions are still high between other rioters and police at the Temple Mount.
Two buses on Route 437 northeast of Jerusalem were stoned on Saturday night by unidentified people in a car in the opposite lane in what may be a new terror tactic.
Travelers who took Egged bus 390 on November 23 had been asked by the Health Ministry to quarantine after the ministry mistakenly believed that a woman diagnosed with the Omicron variant was onboard.
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Sunday that the Oaknins are “two innocent citizens who accidentally ended up in a complex situation.”
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Bank Hapoalim and Superbus have reached a NIS 490 million financing agreement to help Superbus to take over many of the city's bus lines over the coming years, ending Egged's monopoly.
In his 34 years of experience as a bus driver, Cohen says he has never seen or experienced anything like the assault he suffered on Thursday.
The results will be improved transportation around Jerusalem.
"Egged TikTak is expected to change the face of public transportation in the city and provide a fast, convenient and customized public transportation service at a low financial cost."