Tok Janggut or Haji Mohd Hassan bin Munas (1853 - June 25, 1915) was a famous Malay warrior in Kelantan, Malaysia during British protectorate. He was named Tok Janggut because of his long beard, almost reaching his chest ('janggut' being the Malay word for beard).
Tok Janggut received his early education in Mecca and a was master in silat, a Malaysian martial art. After the Bangkok Treaty of 1909, Britain took over the administration of Kelantan from Siam, and immediately made significant changes in the administration system. Most of them infuriated Tok Janggut and became the trigger for his rebellion.