Zainab  Al-Alwani, Instructor of Fiqh and Islamic Studies, Graduate School of Islamic and Social Sciences, states the following: “There are different situations for this case. If one is just quoting the verse to prove certain point, of course it is allowed to mention the part of the verse referring to this rule. But this quotation will affect the meaning of another rule in the same verse, then the whole verse must be mentioned. An example of this is the verse about missing salah in suratal-ma’un where Allah says: “Woe to those who pray…” without mentioning the completion of the meaning through next verse, “those who miss their prayers.” (Al-Ma’un 107: 4-5)
Another example is Allah’s saying: “if they ask about wine, say “in it there is harams and benefits….” (Al-Baqarah 2: 291) Without mentioning the rest of the ayah, “and its harms outweigh its benefits.”