Firstly, you should answer that there is no hate speech in Islam. To pick out some ayat from the Holy Qur'an without any context as a proof that Islam is violent and hateful is not giving a truthful picture of the final monotheistic religion.
You can find in the Bible even worse passages of hate and then conclude that Christianity is a violent religion. Nobody would do that.
Have a look at this clip,where some students in the Netherlands made a little experiment in the streets.
Secondly, God's mercy is the most frequently mentioned quality of God in the Qur'an. His mercy is all-embracing and all-inclusive. He is merciful towards all his creation, He even was merciful to Shaitan when He allowed him to survive. His mercy is infinite and includes people who do not know Him or fight against Him.
How many disbelievers live a very comfortable life? It is because of Allah's mercy. So how can this merciful creator propagate hate?
Al-Rahman (الرحمان): Literally meaning the All-compassionate or the All-merciful. This is the second most famous name of God in Islam. In
the Qur’an God tells the Prophet Mohammad:
“Say, ‘Invoke ‘‘Allah’’ or invoke ‘‘al-Rahman.’’ Whichever [of His
Names] you may invoke, to Him belong the Best Names.’” (17:110)
This term is mentioned 169 times in the Qur’an. Al-Rahim
Al-Rahim (الرحيم): Literally meaning the Compassionate or the
Merciful. It is the most repeated attribute of God in the Qur’an. It
is mentioned 226 times in the Qur’an. According to some hadiths,
Al-Rahman refers to the compassion and mercy of God for all creatures
and al-Rahim refers to the special extra compassion and mercy that He
has for the believers. Thus, it may be more accurate to translate
al-Rahman into the All-merciful and al-Rahim into the Most merciful.
Allah does not like the disbelievers.well that's like saying disbelievers are lower humans, you are more than welcome to dislike them. You are actually openly encouraged to dislike disbelievers, because that's what allah does. Now please, discuss and explain 3:32 in depth and with context, feel free to leave a lengthy answer, I really want to discuss. Furthermore: "why care about the afterlife" well if you get damned to bricks in afterlife, that means you are a lesser human.