Muhammad Jawad al-Balaghi
|Full Name||Muhammad Jawad b. al-Hasan b. Talib al-Balaghi|
|Place of Birth||Najaf, Iraq|
|Studied in||Najaf, Kadhimiya, Samarra|
|Death||Sha'ban 22, 1352/December 10, 1933|
|Burial Place||Holy Shrine of Imam 'Ali (a), Najaf|
|Professors||Muhammad Kazim Khurasani, Muhammad Taqi al-Shirazi, Aqa Rida Hamadani|
|Students||Sayyid Muhammad Hadi Milani|
|Works||Al-Huda ila din al-Mustafa, Ala' al-rahman fi tafsir al-qur'an|
|He joined independence-seeking campaigns of Iraqi people against the Britons|
Muḥammad Jawād al-Balāghī al-Najafī (Arabic: محمد جواد البلاغي النجفي), was a Shiite scholar who wrote a number of works in defense of Islam and Shiism against Jews, Christians, Baha'is, and Wahhabis. He also wrote some works concerning the exegesis of the Qur'an and Islamic jurisprudence. Al-Balaghi was a student of Mirza Muhammad Taqi Shirazi and Akhund Khurasani.
In addition to his scholarly activities against Christian missionaries, he joined independence-seeking campaigns of Iraqi people against the Britons as well.