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| Birth = [[Ramadan 29]], 1272/ [[June 3]], 1856
| Place of Birth =[[Kadhimiya]]
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| Place of study =[[Najaf]], [[Samara]]
| Death =[[Rabi' I 11]], 1354 /[[June 13]], 1935
| Burial place = Kadhimiyya shrine
| Professors =[[Husayn Quli Hamadani]], [[Sayyid Muhammad Hasan Shirazi]]
| Permission for hadith transmission to =[[Muhammad Husayn Gharawi Isfahani]], [[Shaykh 'Abbas Qummi]], [[Aqa Buzurg Tihrani]], [[Sayyid Abu al-Hasan Isfahani]]
| Permission for ijtihad to =
| Works =[[Ta'sis al-Shi'a li -'ulum al-Islam]]
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'''Al-Sayyid Ḥasan al-Ṣadr''' (Arabic: {{ia|السيد حسن الصدر}}, b. 1272/1856 – 1354/1935) was a scholar in [[jurisprudence]], [[principles of jurisprudence]] and [[hadith]] and was among [[Shi'a authorities]] known as '''Muhaddith al-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.
== Life and Education ==
== Scientific Works and Cultural Activities ==
{{Main|List of Works by Al-Sayyid Hasan al-Sadr}}
[[File:تاسیس الشیعه.jpg|thumbnail|right|220px|The book Ta'sis al-Shi'a li -'ulum al-Islam]]
Al-Sayyid Hasan al-Sadr wrote eighty two volumes of books, the most famous one of which is ''Ta'sis al-Shi'a''. In this book, he tried to explain how Shi'a has been pioneer in different Islamic sciences comparing to other Islamic sects based on documents.
In ''Tarikh adab al-lughat al-'Arabiyya'' published in four volumes, Jurji Zaydan, the famous historiographer (d. 1914) wrote, "Shi'a was a small sect who had no significant works and now there is no Shi'a in the world."
When Al-Sayyid Hasan al-Sadr heard about this, promised to work together with Shaykh [[Aqa Buzurg Tehrani]] and Ayatullah [[Muhammad Husayn Kashif al-Ghita']] to introduce Shi'a. Al-Sayyid Hasan al-Sadr researched about Shi'a scientific activities and their roles in foundation and perfection of Islamic sciences and compiled his famous work titled ''[[Ta'sis al-Shi'a li -'ulum al-Islam]]'' which was published in 1370/1950 in 445 pages.
By writing ''[[al-Dhari'a ila tasanif al-Shi'a]]'' in twenty nine volumes, Shaykh Aqa Buzurg Tehrani introduced Shi'a writings and works in different sciences.