Tzedek ve-Shalom also written as Zedek ve Shalom, (Peace and Justice) is a historic synagogue in Paramaribo, Suriname. It was built for a Sephardic congregation in 1736. The synagogue stopped being used in 1999 when the area's remaining Jewish residents combined congregations at Neveh Shalom Synagogue. It is being used as a computer repair store. Its furnishings are in the collection of the Israel Museum.
The building is sited in a large courtyard, built of wood in a Neoclassical architecture style with arched windows and bench seating, and painted white. It has a wide "basillica-like" hall with a tevah (reader's platform) opposite the heikhal (Torah ark). Decoration included brass chandeliers from the Netherlands. It has a sandy floor.
- Jewish Sanctuary in the Atlantic World: A Social and Architectural History by Barry L. Stiefel (includes a photograph of the synagogue)
- Tzedek ve-Shalom Synagogue Israel Museum, Jerusalem
- Tzedek Ve-Shalom: A Synagogue from Suriname in the Israel Museum, Jerusalem by Tania Coen-Uzzielli, Israel Museum, 2010
- The Jewish Nation of the Caribbean: The Spanish-Portuguese Jewish Settlements in the Caribbean and the Guianas Mordechai Arbell, Gefen Publishing House Ltd, 2002
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