"Israel Through the Lens" is a collaborative project to mark Yom Ha'atzmaut 2011 and enable people to celebrate their relationship with Israel.
The first full British delegation to the March of the Living joined Jews from all over the world this week in Poland to remember the victims of the Holocaust.
The British delegation had 80 participants on a six-day trip to Poland, including three Holocaust survivors, students, Birthright alumni, JLGB leaders and two rabbis.
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Ambassador Matthew Gould marked his first Purim in the job by hosting a party marking less than 500 days until the start of the 2012 London Olympics.
Mr Gould came dressed as Israeli footballer Yossi Benayoun in honour of the theme, while his pregant wife Celia opted for an Olympic gold medal costume.
Students at Ben Gurion University get into the Purim spirit with a four-day celebration.
British-born Israeli calligrapher Michael Horton has "de-koshered" a traditional ketubah text for the Royal couple.
Photos: Jeff Newman / British Embassy
There were 600 guests at a rare Chabad wedding in Las Vegas last week, as young couple Chayala Harlig and Levi Wilhem tied the knot at the starry Venetian hotel.
Photos: Rabbi Shea Harlig
Pictures from Raphael Luzon's visit to Libya.
Photographs from an exhibition, now touring the UK, shedding light on the untold stories of Albanian Muslims who saved Jews from the Nazis.
For more on Holocaust Memorial Day 2011 see our dedicated HMD page