Police in Israel have begun an investigation into an arson attack on a Christian monastery near Jerusalem.
Vandals also sprayed anti-Christian graffiti on the walls of the Cistercian (Trappist) monastery, the Abbaye de Notre-Dame de Sept-Douleurs, at Latrun.
Police are looking into whether the attack at 3.30am on Tuesday was in retaliation for an eviction of 50 families from Migron, north of Jerusalem, on Sunday.
The eviction followed a Supreme Court ruling that the outpost had to be demolished by Tuesday because it was built on Palestinian land.
Migron was a rallying cry for hardline groups opposed to any withdrawal from the occupied West Bank.
A BBC correspondent says such vandalism is sometimes referred to as a "price-tag" attack.
About 500,000 Jews live in more than 100 settlements built since Israel's occupation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem in 1967.