Temple Emanu-El’s action came a day after JTA and other media outlets wrote about the event.
They feature an illustration of “The Squad” and include the words “Send them back.”
Authorities found guns, components of an explosive device, and hand-drawn plans at the suspect’s home.
The property had been taken over by a group known for loud raves that turned it into an underground “cultural center.”
The unprecedented move follows the renaming of a street named for one anti-Semite and the removal of a plaque celebrating another quisling.
It comes a day after a 69-year-old man was shot in the leg as he stood outside of another Florida synagogue waiting for daily prayers to begin.
The car driven by the shooter had circled the synagogue several times before the attack; police have not yet categorized it as a hate crime.
The three suspects are all adults.
“There is 100% a golem inside.”
Hand-to-hand self-defense classes are also part of the new normal at congregations since the shootings in Pittsburgh and Poway.