Breaking down idols
The practice of breaking down or destroying idols or other objects related to the worship of foreign gods.
Key passages
2 Ki 18:4

He removed the high places, and he smashed the stone pillars; he cut down the poles of Asherah worship and demolished the bronze serpent that Moses had made, for up to those days the Israelites were offering incense to it and called it Nehushtan.

2 Ki 23:4–20

Then the king commanded Hilkiah the high priest, the second priests, and the keepers of the threshold, to bring out of the temple of Yahweh all of the objects made for Baal and for the Asherah and for all the host of heaven, and he burned them outside of Jerusalem in the fields of the Kidron, …

2 Ki 23:24

Moreover, the mediums and the spiritists, the household gods and the idols, and all of the abominations that were seen in the land of Judah and in Jerusalem, Josiah removed in order to establish the words of the law written on the scroll that Hilkiah the priest had found in the temple of Yahweh. …

1 Ch 14:12

And they abandoned their gods there. And David commanded, and they were burnt with fire.

Bel 22

And the king led them from Bel’s temple and handed them over to Daniel. And the expenses put out to run it he gave to Daniel, but he destroyed Bel.