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The Jewish radio program based in Copenhagen cancelled its daily broadcast for security reasons.

The Danish Security and Intelligence Service, whose acronym in Danish is PET, told the radio station that holding the broadcast from its studio in a basement in the Norrebo neighborhood of Copenhagen is too dangerous, the Radio Shalom program’s host Abraham Kopenhagen told the Danish-language newspaper DR Nyheder, according to the Copenhagen Post.

Kopenhagen said that the program will be back on the air when PET tells them that it is safe.

“We do not feel that it is too dangerous, but we respect the information we are given,” Kopenhagen told DR Nyheder.