Although the Koran does not say that Allah loves those who do not believe Muhammad, there are over 400 verses describing the torments he has prepared for people of other religions or no religion:
And whoever seeks a religion other than Islam, it will never be accepted of him, and in the Hereafter he will be one of the losers. (3:85)
The relative value of non-muslims is that they are only fuel for the fire of hell:
Verily, those who disbelieve, neither their properties nor their offspring will avail them whatsoever against Allah; and it is they who will be fuel of the Fire. (3:10)
When they light the fire, the unbelievers will be tormented by Allah's angels on his command:
O you who believe! Ward off from yourselves and your families a Fire (Hell) whose fuel is men and stones, over which are (appointed) angels stern (and) severe, who disobey not, (from executing) the Commands they receive from Allah, but do that which they are commanded. (66:6)
It does not matter how many good deeds an unbeliever does, because they do not count for Allah:
The parable of those who disbelieve in their Lord is that their works are as ashes, on which the wind blows furiously on a stormy day, they shall not be able to get aught of what they have earned. That is the straying, far away (from the Right Path). (14:18)
Say (O Muhammad): "Shall We tell you the greatest losers in respect of (their) deeds? (18:103)
"Those whose efforts have been wasted in this life while they thought that they were acquiring good by their deeds! (18:104)
"They are those who deny the Ayat (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.) of their Lord and the Meeting with Him (in the Hereafter). So their works are in vain, and on the Day of Resurrection, We shall not give them any weight. (18:105)
"That shall be their recompense, Hell; because they disbelieved and took My Ayat (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.) and My Messengers by way of jest and mockery. (18:106)
Muhammad told his people that anyone who rejects his claim to be a prophet will go to hell:
Verily, those who disbelieve in Allah and His Messengers and wish to make distinction between Allah and His Messengers (by believing in Allah and disbelieving in His Messengers) saying, "We believe in some but reject others," and wish to adopt a way in between. (4:150)
They are in truth disbelievers. And We have prepared for the disbelievers a humiliating torment. (4:151)
And those who believe in Allah and His Messengers and make no distinction between any of them (Messengers), We shall give them their rewards, and Allah is Ever Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful. (4:152)
In Christianity, the punishment in the hereafter is directly linked to sin and "wickedness." It is said relatively little about hell, but the focus is on personal suffering for selfish or cruel deeds. In Islam, hell is a punishment for the mere non-beliefs of Muhammad's personal assertions about himself. Unlike the Bible, every 12th verse of the Quran speaks of hell, and vividly describes Allah's anger at the unbelievers:
These two opponents (believers and disbelievers) dispute with each other about their Lord; then as for those who disbelieve, garments of fire will be cut out for them, boiling water will be poured down over their heads. (22:19)
With it will melt or vanish away what is within their bellies, as well as (their) skins. (22:20)
And for them are hooked rods of iron (to punish them). (22:21)
Every time they seek to get away therefrom, from anguish, they will be driven back therein, and (it will be) said to them: "Taste the torment of burning!" (22:22)
Nobody can make such a torment for person without hating them intensively. Neither can help Allah's intense revulsion for unbelievers, nor influence the behavior of the unbelievers towards the Muslims.
The personal superiority of the Muslims is confirmed by the contrasting image in so many places in the Koran, where they are rewarded with the greatest earthly comfort in heaven, while the unbelievers at the same time suffer terrible agony.
In summary are showing these 400 verses about the hell, how difficult it has been for Muhammad to find enough stupid ones, who believed him. To keep these stupid ones together, who have believed him that they will get all comfort in the hereafter, he needed to repeat the verses in variations many times. How easy life can be if you can make promises, which you don't need to fulfill?