Israeli authorities on Tuesday demolished an EU-funded shelter in Arab east Jerusalem, the European Union said, denouncing the move.
"We condemn today's demolition of temporary shelters funded by the European Union... as part of its response to the needs of the affected communities," an EU statement said.
EU funds have helped to pay for some 200 temporary buildings used as shelters in villages inhabited by Bedouin communities in the West Bank, just outside Arab east Jerusalem.
Israel occupied east Jerusalem in 1967 and later annexed it, in a move never recognised by the international community.
The structures demolished on Tuesday were small metal constructions put up on the outskirts of Arab neighbourhood Issawiya, an AFP correspondent said.
The area was empty of residents following the demolition by bulldozer.