Al-Sadr (Arabic: الصدر) is a Lebanese-Iraqi-Iranian clerical Shia family originating from Jabal Amel in Lebanon. They are a branch of Musawi family tracing to Musa Ibn Jaafar the seventh Shia Imam.

History

Sadr is a branch of Charafeddine (Arabic: شرف الدين) family from Jabal Amel in Lebanon. The Charafeddine family itself is a branch of the Noureddine family, which traces its lineage to Moussa al-Kazim (the seventh Shi'a Imam) and through him to the first Imam, Ali ibn Abi Talib and Fatima Zahra, the daughter of Muhammad (d.632). The as-Sadr family has produced numerous Islamic scholars in Iran, Lebanon, and Iraq, including Ismail Sadr (d. 1919) and his grandsons Moussa Sadr (disappeared in Libya in 1978) and Mohammad Baqir Sadr (d.1980).

List of notables

Ancestors

Ancestor of the Sadr family, Sayyed Saleh Moussawi Ameli, was a descendant of Moussa al-Kazim, the seventh Shi'a Imam, through 27 generations:

  1. Sayyid Saleh
  2. Mohammad
  3. Ibrahim
  4. Zein el Abideen
  5. Ali Noureddine
  6. Noureddine Ali
  7. Ezzeddine Hussien
  8. Mohammad
  9. Hussien
  10. Ali
  11. Muhammad
  12. Tajeddine
  13. Mohammad
  14. Jalaleddine
  15. Ahmad
  16. Hamza
  17. Saadallah
  18. Hamza
  19. Abul Saadat
  20. Abu Mohammad
  21. Mohammad
  22. Abul Hasan Ali
  23. Abu Tahir
  24. Mohammad
  25. Tahir
  26. Hussien al Qat'i
  27. Moussa al Thani
  28. Ibrahim al Murtaza
  29. Imam Moussa Al Kadhim
  30. Imam Jaafar As Sadiq
  31. Imam Mohammad Al Baqir
  32. Imam Zein el Abideen
  33. Imam Al Hussien ibn Ali
  34. Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib
  35. Prophet Muhammad

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Family tree

Sayyed Saleh Musawi Ameli
(b.1710 – d.1802)
Seyyed Mohammad Ali Musavi Ameli Esfahani
(b. 1777 – d. 1822)
Seyyed Sadr al-Din Musawi Ameli Esfahani
(b. 1779 – d. 1848)
Seyyed Musa Musavi Ameli Esfahani
(b. 1818 – d. 1873)
Seyyed Esa Musavi Ameli Esfahani
(b. 1815 – d. 1863)
Seyyed Jamal al-Din Va'ez Esfahani
(b. 1862 – d. 1908)
Seyyed Ebrahim
(b. 1851 – d. 1896)
Seyyed Mohammad Ali Jamalzadeh
(b. 1892 – d. 1997)
Seyyed Esma'il Sadr
(b. 1839 – d. 1919)
Seyyed Abu Ja'afar Sadr
(b. 1836 – d. 1907)
Seyyed Hossein Sadr
(b. 1834 – d. 1909)
Seyyed Abolhasan Sadr
(b. 1827 – d. 1896)
Seyyed Mohammad Ali Sadr
(b. 1824 – d. 1858)
Seyyed Mohammad Javad Sadr
(b. 1884 – d. 1942)
Seyyed Sadr al-Din Sadr
(b. 1882 – d. 1954)
Seyyed Heydar Sadr
(b. 1891 – d. 1937)
Seyyed Mohammad Mehdi Sadr
(b. 1879 – d. 1939)
Seyyed Mohammad Sadeq Sadr
(b. 1906 – d. 1986)
Seyyed Mohammad Baqer Sadr
(b. 1935 – d. 1980)
Seyyedeh Amineh Bent-ol-Hoda Sadr
(b. 1938 – d. 1980)
Seyyed Mohammad Mohammad Sadeq Sadr
(b. 1943 – d. 1999)
Ja'afar SadrNobouq SadrMaram SadrSaba SadrHoura SadrSeyyed Moqtada Sadr
(b. 1973–)
Seyyed Reza Sadr
(b.1921 – d.1992)
Seyyed Ali Sadr
(b. 1925–)
Imam Musa Sadr (b.1929 – d.1978 [?])Seyyedeh Sediqeh SadrSeyyedeh Tahereh SadrSeyyedeh Batool SadrSeyyedeh Mansoureh SadrSeyyedeh Fatemeh SadrSeyyedeh Zahra SadrSeyyedeh Robabeh Sadr
Parvin KhaliliMohammad Baqer Tabatab'i
(b. 1914 – d. 1997)
Seyyed Mehdi Sadr-e AmeliHadi EbadiAli Akbar SadqiEskandar FirouzanSeyyed Hosein Sharaf al-Din
Seyyed Mohammad Khatami
(b. 1943)
Zohreh Sadeqi (b. 1949)
Seyyed Kazem Sadr
(b. 1945–)
Seyyed Mohammad Sadr
(b. 1950–)
Seyyed Mehdi Sadr
(b. 1958–)
Seyyedeh Houra SadrSeyyedeh Maliheh SadrSeyyed Sadr al-Din SadrSeyyed Hamid SadrSeyyed Abdol-Hossein Tabatab'iSeyyed Morteza Tabatab'iSeyyedeh Fatemeh Tabatab'iSeyyed Sadeq Tabatab'i
Leili BroujerdiFereshteh A'arabiSeyyed Ahmad Khomeini
(b. 1945 – d. 1995)
Seyyedeh Houra SadrSeyyedeh Hoda Tabatab'iSeyyedeh Zoha Tabatab'iSeyyed Hassan Khomeini
(b. 1972–)
Seyyed Yaser KhomeiniSeyyed Ali Khomeini

See also

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