Unorthodox

Heroes and Villains

Ep. 303: A conversation with Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker of Temple Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas

January 27, 2022

This week on Unorthodox, we’re bringing you a conversation with Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker of Temple Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas, who was held hostage along with three congregants during a Shabbat service two weeks ago.

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