Sheikh Alhajiri (1923-2004) was born in Hofuf, Saudi Arabia. He studied Qur’an, Arabia language and Islamic jurisprudence on the hands of one of the most prominent religious leaders in Alahssa. In 1945, Alhajiri moved to Iraq for studying Islamic sciences and stayed there for more than twenty years through which he was certified by many prominent religious authorities.
Since his return to Saudi Arabia, in 1969, he worked in teaching and religious guidance, contributed in establishing and supporting the academic hawza in Alahssa, and addressed many social issues. He, also, contributed in developing and organizing the conditions of Alahssa Shiite Court.
Sheikh Alhajiri worked as a judge of the Shiite Court of Endowments and Inheritance in Alahssa. He had several publications; some of which are “Thesis in the Rights of Parents” and “Thesis in the Terms of Sale”.