As unbelievable as it may seem, The Suburban and Wayne Times of Pennsylvania reports that “last Friday the FBI informed Radnor Township Police that a ‘credible threat’ of terrorist activity existed against a business formerly located at 120 E. Lancaster Ave., Wayne.
“‘When we have information of a possible threat we have to treat it very seriously,’ said FBI Special Agent Linda Vizi, who declined to comment on any specifics due to the ongoing investigation.
“The FBI has said this threat will continue from Dec. 15 until Jan. 1. The threat has been made against a Christian satellite television service known as SAT-7, which relocated its offices from above the State Farm Insurance Company to Easton, Md., ‘several weeks ago,’ according to the township.
“SAT-7 bills itself as a satellite television service for Christians in the Middle East and North Africa. They also have offices in the United Kingdom, Lebanon, Egypt, Denmark and Cyprus.”
Local officials are urging residents to go about their business as usual. That’s good: we cannot allow terrorists to paralyze us.
“The SAT-7 Web site, www.sat7.org, explains their mission: ‘The unrestricted ability to broadcast from satellite is of particular significance to the Christian communities of the [Middle East and North Africa]. They have the responsibility of witnessing to Christ in an area where increasing numbers of people are illiterate and many have been exposed to negative propaganda about the Gospel, the Christian Church and Christ himself.'”