Association for Jewish Outreach Programs
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(詳細はOrthodox Jewish network which was established to unite and enhance the Jewish educational work of rabbis, laypeople, and volunteers who work in a variety of settings and seek to improve and promote Jewish Orthodox outreach work with ba'alei teshuvah ("returnees" (Orthodox Judaism )) guiding Jews to live according to Orthodox Jewish values. AJOP was the first major Jewish Orthodox organization of its kind that was not affiliated with the Chabad Hasidic movement. The organization is also commonly referred to as the ''Association for Jewish Outreach Professionals'' or simply as "AJOP" its original name and abbreviation.
Rabbis and activists in the field of "Jewish outreach" working in the various areas of Orthodox Jewish education are often referred to as "kiruv professionals" or "kiruv workers" as well as "kiruv volunteers" in the Orthodox community.
==AJOP as a response to the ''kiruv'' movement==
The growth of the Baal teshuva movement ("returnees" (Orthodox Judaism )) that gained strides in the 1960s, went hand in hand with, and was often the result of, "kiruv" efforts ("kiruv" means "bringing close (Judaism )") by rabbis and Orthodox Jews all over the world.
The worldwide efforts of the Chabad Hasidic movement were guided by Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson the leader of Chabad who encouraged many of his followers to leave the confines of Brooklyn and to set up synagogues and communities in non-Orthodox settings and to "''mekarev''" ("bring closer" (Jews to Judaism )) and to the Chabad-Lubavitch brand of Hasidism in particular. These Shluchim or Shlichim did the work of "outreach" that was meant to attract Baal teshuvas to Judaism.
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