Windows Smashed at Belfast Synagogue on Somerton Road
Police said a window was smashed some time on Friday night or Saturday morning.
A replacement window was then smashed on Saturday afternoon or evening. Police are treating it as a religious hate crime.
They have appealed for anyone who witnessed the attacks or has any information about them to contact them on the non-emergency 101 number.
Rabbi David Singer said the Jewish community had been left shocked by the attack.
He said: “I think across the community, first of all, it’s very sad that it happened. I would imagine that there’s a certain amount of anger that it could happen, but angry in the sense of frustration, not angry in the sense that they’d want to do anything about it.
“Certainly, it’s very sad and very disturbing that Belfast would show its face like this.”
The Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt said it was “totally unacceptable” for places of worship to be targeted.
“The Jewish community have been valuable members of our society for many years,” he said.