Rabab Sadr, the son of Seyyed Sadr al-Din Sadr and the sister of Seyyed Musa Sadr, the leader of the Lebanese Shiites, was born in 1323 in Qom.
He went to Lebanon in 1962 And sometime later, she married Hussein Sharaf al-Din, the grandson of Ayatollah Seyyed Abdul Hussein Sharaf al-Din, the late Lebanese Shiite leader, And settled there.
Rabab Sadr started his social activities on the orders of Seyyed Musa Sadr to participate in the creation of the women’s branch of institutions And after that, he took over the management of “Beit Al-Fatah”.
After the disappearance of Seyyed Musa Sadr on August 31, 1978, in accordance with September 30, 1978, he was practically in charge of managing the institutions of Imam Sadr.
He also built the Zahra Orphanage and a nursing school
Rabab Sadr continued his education in addition to social activities and in 1994 received a bachelor’s degree in literature and in 2008 a master’s degree in philosophy from the University of Lebanon.
He is also fluent in Arabic, English, and Persian compeletly
Who was Seyyed Musa Sadr?
Seyyed Musa Sadr (born June 5, 1978, in Qom – abducted on September 1, 1978, in Libya) was a Shiite cleric and mujtahid, and the founder of the Supreme Council of Shiites in Lebanon.
He was also one of Lebanon’s religious and political leaders. Sadr is known to some Shiites as “Imam Musa Sadr.”
He was abducted on September 30, 1978, during an official visit to Libya at the invitation of Muammar Gaddafi. While many reports indicate that he was assassinated by Gaddafi at the same time, some reports indicate that he was in Libyan prisons.
Ahmad Ramadan, a close associate of Muammar Gaddafi, recounted in an interview with a news network in Dubai on Wednesday, 8/18/2011.
He believes that Seyyed Musa Sadr was martyred during his visit to Libya in 1978 after meeting with Gaddafi, on the orders of Gaddafi.  With Gaddafi and his burial on the outskirts of the capital.  Of course, the Sadr family never accepted this claim and continue to pursue their legal rights.
In the months before the victory of the 1979 Iranian Revolution, Seyyed Musa Sadr with people such as:
Seyyed Mohammad Baqir Sadr, Hossein Ali Montazeri, and several others were among the most prominent possible successors to Seyyed Ruhollah Khomeini after his death.
Video of Rabab Sadr talking about a runaway girl who ran away with his love.
The tragic death of Romina Ashrafi at the hands of her father with a sickle while sleeping has affected the people of our country.
The 37-year-old father’s violent treatment of his 14-year-old daughter, which led to the girl escaping with a boy 16 years her senior, raises the issue of educating parents to interact with their children and how to deal with them when they make a mistake. It has become bolder than before.
Rabab Sadr, director of Sadr Institutions in Lebanon and sister of Imam Musa Sadr, spoke about how he treated a female student who ran away with her favorite boy.
The teenage girl was a student at the Imam Musa Sadr Institute in the Lebanese city of Tire.