Can we honor “God is Love” while categorizing our fellow humans into “neighbor, believer” and “neighbor, non-believer?”
When we sort livestock, we assign value: This group for breeding; this for milk; this for slaughter. When we categorize people, we fence humans off like cattle. These fences are what separate humanity from itself—and when we allow ourselves to classify each other as worthy or less-worthy, we can't extend love unconditionally.
When the state of another's belief or unbelief becomes the fulcrum upon which the conditions of love are balanced, the phrase "unconditional love" becomes an oxymoron.
This sounds more like the devil's work than God's.