An Israeli military team demolished a Palestinian mosque in the northwestern West Bank town of Douma at dawn on Thursday.
A Palestinian official monitoring Israeli colonial activities in the northern West Bank, Ghassan Daghlas, said several army jeeps and a bulldozer were involved in the invasion.
It was built two years ago in the Abu Saifi area, in the eastern part of the town, where the mosque was demolished.
Israeli forces claim the mosque was built without a permit from the Civil Administration Office, a branch of the illegal Israeli occupation.
Several agricultural roads were also bulldozed in the southern area of Douma by the soldiers.