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Rabbi Mendel Kaplan is the Spiritual Leader and Executive Director of Chabad Flamingo in Thornhill, Ontario, serving one of Canada’s most dynamic Jewish communities. He also serves as Chaplain of the York Regional Police Service. He is an active member of Toronto’s Vaad HaRabbanim (Council of Orthodox Rabbis), and a voting member of the COR Kashruth Council of Canada’s executive rabbinical board. Rabbi Kaplan is featured regularly on many local television and radio shows. He is a sought after speaker, with hundreds of lectures on Chabad.org. He and his wife, Faygie, are blessed with eight children. Artistically endowed, the rabbi enjoys drawing, sketching and creating charcoal portraits.

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We previously learned of king Sancheriv’s miraculous defeat. In this class, we backtrack to the events leading up to the terrifying siege and the seemingly impossible situation King Hezekiah and his loyal citizens found themselves in. The Talmud relates o...
After learning how King Hezekiah spawned a golden-age of Torah literacy, we now return to the narrative of Sennacherib’s miraculous defeat—leaving behind spoils of great wealth to enable the religious renaissance. Surprisingly, the Jewish People seek prop...
This Talmud class features an in-depth exploration of the incredible story of how the golden-age of Torah literacy was created. Illuminating the historic epoch when the monarch Chizkiyahu inspired his constituents to amass Torah wisdom rather than wealth....
This Talmud class opens with a focus on a bodily weakness that brought strength of the spirit, and G-d’s protection upon the nation. For when our people is weary from intense devotion to Torah study, we are enabled to resist enemy oppression! We then move...
This Talmud class opens with a focus on the fiery destruction of Israel's enemies that came in a blaze of G-d’s glory. Then we analyze differing dimensions of divine retribution for royal blasphemy, as we learn of the different methods and messengers G-d ...
This Talmud class opens with a focus on the powerful potential royal protagonists were endowed, their clash of civilizations and values. This teaching creates a necessary backdrop for us to delve into the history and mystery of The Lost Tribes of Israel! ...
This Talmud class opens with a focus on the royal disgrace of national ingratitude at varying watershed moments. We will see a glaring historic omission that repeated itself, and focus on the lessons we must learn from them! (Talmud, Sanhedrin 94a)
We learn a surprising teaching indicating that only the pious will merit coming back to life in the End of Days. This appears to be at odds with other accepted traditions about the all-inclusive revival of the dead, regardless of their level of piety. To ...
The reconciliation of whether the Resurrection of the Dead is only for those buried in Israel or for all our people regardless where they were interred, is to be found in a tunneling concept called Gilgul Mechilot, which may be an ancient allusion to mode...
There seems to be a Torah tradition linking the future Resurrection of the Dead exclusively to those buried in Israel. The obvious question is what about people buried elsewhere?! In this Talmud class, we explore this and other mysterious issues related t...
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