This research speaks about the actions that the Prophet - peace be upon him - did not do, which is called "The Stalling Path". This research aims to address the categories of what may be “Stalling” and which may not. This research also explain the ruling on following the Prophet’s stalling path, and the implications of doing (or not doing) so. The researcher uses a descriptive approach to reach the goal of this research. In This study, the researcher found that for considering what the Prophet did not do to be acceptable to do, it is necessary to provide four conditions. The stalling categories vary according to the considerations of the situation, and that not all actions left by the Prophet requires following his path in doing so. So, in this paper the researches points out what is recommended to follow and what may be left. The Stalling Path also has several connotations and some are suggesting the validation of the act where stalling can be followed, and where other acts may not.
Ayman Issa Zaatreh
Prophet’s Path , The Stalling Path , Stalling, Shadowing.