|Abu Sa'id ibn Abi al-Hasan Yasar al-Basri|
|Born||c. 21 AH/642 CE|
Medina, Rashidun Caliphate
|Died||Friday, 5th Rajab 110 AH/15 October 728 (aged 86)|
Basra, Umayyad Caliphate
|Venerated in||Sunni Islam, but particularly in traditional tariqas of Sufism|
|Major shrine||Tomb of Ḥasan al-Baṣrī, Az Zubayr, Iraq|
|Influences||Ali ibn Abi Talib|
Hasan Al-Basri (Arabic: الحسن بن أبي الحسن البصري; full name: Al-Hasan ibn Abi-l-Hasan al-Basri), (642–728), was a well-known Sunni Muslim Sufi, preacher and scholar. Hasan was one of the most famous and prominent of the early Sufi saints in Islam. He was a very popular and beloved personality of Basra, in Iraq.
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- "إسلام ويب - سير أعلام النبلاء - الطبقة الثانية - الحسن البصري- الجزء رقم4". islamweb.net (in Arabic). Retrieved 2021-10-28.