Originally Posted by iiddnn
Firstly, Allah does not love all humans equally - those who are pure of heart and do good deeds are loved by Allah whereas people who don't worship Allah and have bad hearts are not (although Allah is All Merciful and would not hesitate to forgive and love someone who was previously involved in sin or disbelief).
Secondly, your understanding that Allah shows his love by giving everyone goodness in this life and shows his hatred by giving hardship is completely incorrect.
Our life in this world is a test. The time we spend here is like a day or half a day of the real time, the hereafter. Prophet Muhammad Sallalahu Alaihe Wassalam said to the effect: If the world to Allah were equal to a mosquito’s wing, then He would not allow the disbeliever to have a sip of water from it.
The reward for a pious, innocent and obedient Muslim is reserved for him in Jannah and likewise, the punishment for a person who does not accept Islam or indulges in unjust/sinful behaviour is also reserved for him in the hereafter.
The luxuries a person enjoys in this world are not a sign of Allah's love. Nor are the hardships a sign of Allah's unfair treatment. In fact, Allah has said that he tries and gives more tests to those he loves as a means of bringing them closer to him (imagine a person being constantly in trouble, he is more likely to look for answers, look for help from Allah and as a result will easily build a relationship with him). Conversely, someone who has it all is less likely to have as strong a connection with Allah or likely none at all. Allah is leading this person astray and even though he may have everything in this world, his hereafter is full of punishment.
Also, understand that any hardship that a believer faces in this world is a means of their sin being removed so that they approach the day of judgement with less sins on their scale. Allah punishes them in this world so that they don't have to experience the extreme punishment of the grave or of hell.
On that day of judgement, all unjust behaviour will be punished, all the bad things that people have done, they will have to account for.
Brother, I urge you to kindly consider what I have said with an open mind and heart clear of any pre-conceived notions.