Ibn Kathir does say at the beginning of this quote: 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.But he goes on to contradict himself later in the next two paragraphs. The Koran declares that "Men are superior to women on account of the qualities with which God gave them." (Sura )..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).
The war that Muhammad launched long ago continues, but the stakes are getting higher.
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.
As you see, Allah has promised all sorts or rewards, gluttony and unlimited sex to Muslim men who kill unbelievers in his name.
They will be admitted to Paradise where they shall find "goodly things, beautiful ones, pure ones confined to the pavilions that man has not touched them before nor jinni" (-71).