But, this verse is abrogated by the verse of Fighting: You shall be called to fight against a people given to great warfare, then you shall fight them, or they shall surrender (sura ). Strive hard against the disbelieves and the hypocrites, and be harsh against them (), and He says, O you who believe!
Fight those of the disbelievers who are close to you, and let them find harshness in you, and know that Allah is with those who are the Pious, (3).
Therefore, all people of the world should be called to Islam.
If anyone of them refuses to do so, or refuses to pay the Jizya they should be fought till they are killed. In the Sahih (al-Bukhari), the Prophet said: Allah wonders at those people who will enter Paradise in chains, meaning prisoners brought in chains to the Islamic state, then they embrace Islam sincerely and become righteous, and are entered among the people of Paradise.
Whoever disbelieves in Taghut and believes in Allah, then he has grasped the most trustworthy handhold that will never break. This verse is the most often quoted verse used to portray Islam as a religion of peace. However, investigation into how the early Muslim scholars viewed it, and the background and comments they ascribe to it cast it in a slightly different light.
When the children of a woman (in pre-Islamic days) did not survive, she took a vow on herself that if her child survives, she would convert it a Jew.
Promise of Paradise: He promises Muslims that in the fight for His cause whether they slay or are slain they return to the garden of Paradise (1).
In Paradise he will "wed us with Houris (celestial virgins) pure beautiful ones" (), and unite us with large-eyed beautiful ones while we recline on our thrones set in lines ().
The first story has nothing to do with compelling people into Islam.The second story begins to go against compulsion, but, Ibn Kathir then says that this verse was abrogated by the verse of fighting i.e. I add that the only Sahih Hadith material Ive been able to find on the matter (Sunan of Abu Dawud) supports the story of the expulsion of the Banu Nadir Jews.Thus, either way, compulsion of people to convert to Islam is allowed.When Banu an-Nadir were expelled (from Arabia), there were some children of the Ansar (Helpers) among them. So Allah the Exalted revealed; "Let there be no compulsion in religion.Truth stands out clear from error." Allah says: There is no compulsion in religion, meaning: do not force anyone to embrace Islam because it is clear, and its proofs and evidences are manifest.