'''Sayyid Hasan Sadr''' (1272 – 1354 AH) was a scholar in [[jurisprudence]], [[principles of jurisprudence]] and [[hadith]] and was among [[Shi'a authorities]] known as '''Muhaddith Kazimayni'''. He received [[permission for transmitting hadith]]s from many religious scholars. His most famous work is ''[[Ta'sis al-Shi'a li 'ulum al-Islam]]'' on the role of Shi'a in foundation of Islamic sciences.
=== Teachers and Some Students ===
Some teachers of Sayyid Hasan Sadr were:
=== Permission for Transmitting Hadiths ===
Sayyid Hasan Sadr was a great [[muhaddith]]. He gave many scholars, written permissions for transmitting hadiths including:
=== Religious Authority ===
Mirza Muhammad Hasan Shirazi passed away in 1312 AH. Many of Shirazi's followers asked Sayyid Hasan Sadr to publish his manual of practical laws. Sadr rejected their requests and referred them to Ayatollah Sayyid Isma'il Sadr. Sayyid Isma'il passed away in 1338 AH. Once again people referred to Sayyid Hasan Sadr and repeated their requests, he published his [[manual of practical laws]] titled as ''Ru'us al-masa'il al-muhimma'' and undertook this responsibility at the age of 66.
[[Category:Buried in Kadhimiya]] [[Category:Faqihs]]
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