Jewish community radio station shuts down in wake of terror attacks – Radio Shalom advised by PET to take a break while Jews across Europe demand more protection | The Copenhagen Post
For the first time in the station’s history, Radio Shalom did not broadcast its usual blend of programs about Jewish culture, music and history on Monday evening.
The control board located in a basement in Nørrebro was silenced for what host Abraham Kopenhagen called “security reasons”.
“PET says it’s too dangerous,” Kopenhagen told DR Nyheder. “We do not feel that it is too dangerous, but we respect the information we are given.”…