The kidnapping, which is considered forced disappearance in legal terms, is one-time instance throughout history, Sadruddin Sadr said at a meeting commemorating the 40th anniversary of...
This paper addresses topics and reveals how Imam Musa Sadr foresaw, as early as the 1960s, the threats we are facing today. After touching on the concept of universalism, we will discuss how it...
We are far away from a conclusion about the philosophy of Imam Musa Sadr and the role he played as an intellectual within the global politics as to understand the character of his worldview and the nature of his political philosophy as well as...
Imam Musa Sadr, after attempts to help the reconstruction of Baqi cemetery in a meeting with the Saudi crown prince, wrote to prince again in 216 for reiterate this subject...
When I was roughly 19 years old, I was assigned with a duty to deliver a letter written by my father (Ayatollah Sadr, the then grand Ayatollah) to the incumbent Iranian Prime Minister. I, therefore, travelled from Qom to...
This article revisits Sayyid Musa’s engagement with the Lebanese state, and his approach to the Left and its secularist programmes...
The daughter of Lebanon’s prominent Shia leader Imam Musa al-Sadr, who went missing with two companions nearly 40 years ago in Libya, says she strongly believes that her father alive and being kept in prison...
According to the position of Imam Musa al-Sadr, this issue is subjected in jurisprudence of esteem and status; the legal aspect of this case lies in the jurisprudence of time and responsibility; and, finally, it also have a place in the field of...
On anniversary of Imam Musa al-Sadr’s abduction, there is an opportunity to republish an interview regarding the Establishment of Vocational School conducted with the Imam by a...
"Crying and setting up commemoration ceremonies is not enough. Hussein does not need them”; one of the strongest words of Imam Musa Sadr regarding Ashura. But what to do when crying is not enough?...