This article aims toÂ analyzeÂ semioticallyÂ on theÂ Muslim scholars' understandingÂ of theÂ hadithÂ inÂ Fath Albari,Â writtenÂ by Ibn Hajar Alâ€˜asqalani.Â Focus of theÂ studyÂ refers to three things; understanding models, examiningÂ semiotically (significanceÂ andÂ communication)Â onÂ understanding models, and contribution of semiotics in theÂ hadithÂ understanding discourse. By making twoÂ hadithsÂ asÂ its analysisÂ objects;Â first,Â the hadith about believers who eat with one intestine and infidels with seven intestines;Â second, the hadith regarding the deeds most loved by Allah SWT. The results of the study show that the understandingÂ modelÂ ofÂ hadithÂ inÂ Fath AlbariÂ isÂ divided into textual (symbolic and non-symbolic) and contextual (symbolic and non-symbolic)Â models ofÂ understanding. This model, semioticallyÂ (significance and communication) has given a new nuance in the study ofÂ hadithÂ understanding. The understandingÂ modelÂ of the firstÂ hadith, in semiotic significance,Â indicates the existence ofÂ anÂ understanding model withÂ a signifierÂ of denotation and connotation levels. In semiotic communication, the understandingÂ modelÂ of the secondÂ hadithÂ is seenÂ more systematic because it elaborates reasoning continuously, and shows the important contribution of semiotics in theÂ hadithÂ understanding discourse,Â likeÂ eliminating truth claims and beingÂ mediaÂ of developing textual and contextual understanding.
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