The Rabbi held hostage with three other people at a North Texas synagogue Saturday went on social media after his release early Sunday to thank the community for its support and prayers.
“I am thankful and filled with appreciation for all of the vigils and prayers and love and support,” Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker wrote in a Facebook post. “… I am grateful that we made it out. I am grateful to be alive.”
— Arsen Ostrovsky (@Ostrov_A) January 16, 2022