"God is Light and there is no darkness in Him at all" (1 John 1:5), and this "Light" means also love, for the best - yet not exhaustive - description of God's nature is love (1 John 4:8), and He not only loves so to say intentionally, as humans do, but cannot help loving due to the "compulsion" of His eternal nature that is best described as love. "Poor" He! - He cannot escape from this compulsion of His own nature, and even if the worst of the sinners, Satan even, sin against Him, He cannot but answer with a compassion and mercy, for sin makes every sinner miserable and poor, devoid of divine grace, and such a man or angel deserves nothing but a pity and compassion. Even great saints, who were humans, understood this, and for example, St. Isaac of Ninev, although the Church catechism forbade him to do so, still couldn't help praying also for the fallen angels, just because he pitied their eternal misery which pricked his heart. How much more so God, who is the Principle from whom we all have the glimpses of love and compassion, He being the infinite sea of those?!
Thus, as to "hate" of God, this also should be explained in this light of God, who is the Light with not taint of darkness, I have written this in a message above, just repeat here:
The question posited by you seems to be a rhetorical one, for of course, if He loves all world that totally excludes Him hating anybody. When in the Holy Scripture the term "hate" applies to God, it is in a divine, metaphorical sense and not human sense. Thus, if God hates Pharaoh or Saul, in fact He hates not the Pharaoh's or Saul's person, which are in His image, but their sins, which He wants to consume in the fire of His grace and love. This is the meaning of the metaphor of the burning bush in "Exodus" where fire envelopes and burns the bush without damaging and scorching it: God burns our sins without burning/destroying our persons, but rather in order to cleanse our persons and deify us. Thus, He hates "us", indeed! - in the meaning that he hates our sins, wants to burn them out of love toward us in the fire of his divinity and make us eternal heirs of His and His Son's Kingdom.