Twenty-five days after an assassination attempt nearly claimed his life, Rabbi Yehuda Glick was released from Shaare Zedek Medical Center on November 24. During a press conference Rabbi Glick shared, “The fact that I am sitting here today and speaking with you is a sign of the immense gratitude that I owe to Hashem . . . in Shaare Zedek I received the highest level of treatment. I received sincerity, I received caring, I received people who didn’t sleep a second until they had the answers… From the nurses to the medical students and national service workers to the maintenance teams and security officers, my care was always administered with love and joy.
Dr. Ofer Merin, Shaare Zedek Deputy Director General and Director of Trauma Medicine, said to Rabbi Glick, “I don’t know if you can appreciate how much emotion we feel that someone who arrived here in such a serious state is leaving in such a condition today. This success is largely due to the remarkable cooperation between the first aid responders and the surgical teams that gave us the ability to come to this day.” We wish Rabbi Glick a quick and complete recovery.”