Hanukkah candle lighting from Hungary - watch live

Happy Hanukkah from The Jerusalem Post.

All Rabbinic commentaries agree that the light of Hanukkah candles may not be used for our own benefit - we are not even permitted to use the light from the flames to read in a dimly lit room (photo credit: REUTERS)
All Rabbinic commentaries agree that the light of Hanukkah candles may not be used for our own benefit - we are not even permitted to use the light from the flames to read in a dimly lit room
(photo credit: REUTERS)
 In honor of the holiday of Hanukkah, The Jerusalem Post will be live-streaming candle lighting events from around the world, including Moscow, Tokyo, Istanbul, Vienna and more.
On Sunday, the candle lighting took place in Hungary.

On the first night of Hanukkah, Sunday, Jews in Moscow's Red Square lit candles and celebrated together, while the second night featured candle lighting in Istanbul, Turkey. The third night was celebrated in Belgrade, Serbia. The fourth night was celebrated in Cyprus. On Thursday the fifth night of Hanukkah, candle lighting took place in Tokyo. Mumbai was the Friday location for the fifth candle lighting. Vienna, Austria featured the sixth candle lighting of Hanukkah.
The Jerusalem Post wishes all those celebrating a happy Hanukkah!