The verse/s of the Noble Quran that alerts and cautions against friendship with non-Muslims is not referring to every and all types of friendships and relationships. Surah Taubah, verse 23, states: “O you who believe, do not choose your fathers or your brothers as friends if they take pleasure in disbelief rather than faith. Whosoever takes them as friends, they have wronged”.
Amale Sawleh (good deeds) is the only valued possession taken with us in the hereafter. The world and all its contents are meaningless after we leave for our final abode in the Hereafter. It is our good deeds that will be weighed on the scales which is the supreme de facto in the court of Allah Ta’ala. Of course, entry into Jannah still remains the final decision of Allah Ta’ala through His Mercy Only.
Allah Ta’ala loves every Muslim --- more especially, because he has declared and unwaveringly believes in the Oneness of Allah Ta’ala (Wahdãniyat). An individual who has resolutely embraced belief in Allah (Azza wa Jalla) as the only One Being worthy of worship --- i.e. he has firm faith (Īmãn) on the Singularity and Uniqueness of the Creator (Jalla Jalãluhu) (Tawheed) --- and has taken Shadah, is better than everything in the court of Allah (Tabaraka wa Ta’ala).
The person who speaks with a “two-tongued” and a “double-dealing” approach --- regularly contradicts himself is in effect a “deceitful back-stabber”. Convincingly, he makes a point, takes an oath on it, then suddenly he makes an about-turn and denies all that he had mentioned.