Barâ’ is one of the two consequences of Tauhid Lâ ilâha illâ Allâh. Barâ’ is always followed by walâ’, these two things reap the concepts of loyalty and hostility which are barometered by love and hate. The problem of barâ’ is an issue which is so closely related to people’s daily life but its essence is far from the worldly life of Muslims, even Muslims no longer see this as a significant thing, especially human perception about the idol and lifestyle, and global culture. Where as people’s life cannot be separated from barâ’ in their happiness or sorrow. The initial things that ambiguous and forbidden to be done among Muslims gradually became a habit, until this act was considered a path to progress. The approach used in this research is Maudhû’i (Thematic) with library research. It is starting with theme determination, collecting the verses to be discussed word by word, relating each word to their interpretations, lastly taking The legal istinbâth (conclusion) from collected arguments. The primary source used is the book of Tafsir Asy-Sya’râwî: Khawâtir Haul Al-Qur’ân Al-Karîm, the work of Shaykh Asy-Sya’rawi. The results of the analysis in this research show that the interpretation of barâ’ has one broad meaning, that is to free one self from shirk means to stay away from destructive things. As for takhliyah, it is to cut off from destructive deeds. Moreover, the destructive things replace with mushlih practice, positive practice. Also, Muslims should idolize the prophets, especially Prophet Ibrahim in this case who has given us an example of how the essence of love and hate should be for a Muslim and follow his manhaj. And from the explanation that has been conveyed, there are at least 6 important points that must be realized currently by a Muslim.