Why Madina?

Madina just like the original Madina does not believe in erecting walls of hate. Madina believes in the principles of authentic knowledge.

Madina was born to offer hope. To connect back with the real Madina of Rasulullah (Salalahu Alayhi Wasaalam) which gave the world hope.  It is based on the Muhammadan principle. We may be different colours, different ethnicities, different languages, different cultures and even different creeds but at the end of the day, we are one people.

Madina believes in going back to basics academically socially and spiritually. Unconditional compassion and love must be restored as the central themes of our beautiful faith which leads back to our prophetic mission of Rahmatulil Aalameen which means love for all and malice towards none. The unity should never mean conformity. . It is the Sunnah to look at one thing and see it in 2 different ways.

Madina wants to look back at ancient principle and that’s what we teach that any interpretation of the Quraan that breeds violence or hatred or disdain is illegitimate. To practice academic neutrality and full disclosure about others so that our youth are given accurate and respectful information about other traditions sects religions and cultures and encourage a positive appreciation of Allah’s ways and decreed for this world to be culturally and religiously diverse.

Madina is the continuation of the original organic reformist movement of Madina by the very Prophet (saw) who is the final of prophets. It wants to contribute to building a global community in which all people can live together in mutual respect and to Love for others what you love for yourself. In practice not just in theory.  Basically, Madina’s foundation is a wish for a better world.

Welcome to the world of Madina.

The Madina-Institute SA Graduation 2017 keynote speech delivered by Shaykh Dr Muhammad bin Yahya al-Husayni an-Ninowy محبو العلامة محمد النينوي