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Tafseer Al-Baqarah (2: 219-220)

The verses continued to reveal upon the Messenger of Allah (saw) in this noble surah, explaining the Shariah rulings of many issues in building the firm Islamic personality in terms of Aqeedah and Sharia rulings i.e. building the Islamic mentality and disposition, in order for a Muslim to be sincere in faith and strong in adherence to the rulings of Islam:
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Tafseer Al-Baqarah, 2: 216-218

“Battle has been enjoined upon you while it is hateful to you. But perhaps you hate a thing and it is good for you; and perhaps you love a thing and it is bad for you. And Allah knows, while you know not. (216). they ask you about the sacred month - about fighting therein. 
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Tafseer Al-Baqarah 2: 213-214 From the book, Introduction to the Tafseer of the Quran

Allah (swt) clarified in these verses the following: 1. After Allah (swt) drove Adam (as) out of Paradise, sending him to the earth, people during the era of Adam (as) were accepting of servitude to Allah (swt) at first, by believing in Him, being one Ummah. Ummah here refers to a group of people with a single ‘Aqeedah (doctrine).
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Tafseer Al-Baqarah 2: 211-212

These two verses clarify the following: 1. In the previous verses, Allah (swt) has mentioned the Obligation of entering Islam completely, for those who wish their Iman to be accepted by Allah (swt). Thus, one must not believe in some part of revelation, while denying another part, nor believe in Islam whilst adding to Islam that which is not Islam,
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Tafseer Al-Baqarah (2: 208-210)

These noble verses clarify the following: 1- Some of the Jews who had newly become Muslims thought that if they kept believing in some of the Torah, it would not harm their Iman (belief) at all. Thus, Allah (swt) clarified to them that entering into Iman requires belief in all that He (swt) has revealed i.e. everything in Islam and abandoning the creeds of Kufr.
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Tafseer Al-Baqarah (2: 204-207) From the book, Introduction to the Tafseer of the Quran

And of the people is he whose speech amazes you in worldly life, and he calls Allah to witness as to what is in his heart, yet he is severely argumentative. (204) And when he goes away, he strives throughout the land to cause corruption therein and destroy crops and animals. And Allah does not like corruption. (205)
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