The Orthodox Jewish community in Malta has found a new home for their religious activities in the former post office building in Sliema. The building, which had been closed for several years, is currently undergoing extensive renovations to transform it into a synagogue.
The establishment of a permanent synagogue is a significant milestone for the small but growing Jewish community in Malta. It will provide a space for prayer, study and events and serve as a hub for the community. The project has received support from both the government and the wider community, demonstrating the commitment of the Maltese people to promoting diversity, tolerance, and understanding.
It is hoped that the synagogue will serve as a symbol of religious tolerance and diversity in Malta and that it will help to strengthen the ties between the Jewish community and the wider Maltese community.