You're welcome Blue.
Here the WTS teaches Christians how to love ones enemies.
that, we want to HATE those
who willfully show themselves haters of Jehovah, haters of what is
good. …We hate them, not in the sense of wanting to do them harm or
wishing them harm but in the sense of avoiding them as we would
poison or a poisonous snake, for they can poison us spiritually.”—The
Watchtower, June 15, 1980, p. 8
is a powerful protection against wrongdoing… Are we doing that?
…Apostates are included among those who show their hatred of
Jehovah by revolting against him. Apostasy is, in reality, a
rebellion against Jehovah. …Others claim to believe the Bible, but
they reject Jehovah’s organization and actively try to hinder its
work. …a Christian must hate (in the Biblical sense of the word)
those who have inseparably attached themselves to the badness.”—The
Watchtower, October 1, 1993, p. 19
"Is strict avoidance
really necessary? Yes...
Loyal Christian family members do not look for excuses to have
dealings with a disfellowshipped relative not living at home.” Keep
Yourself in God's Love (2008) p.207
“This brings a test upon
a Christian when a marriage mate, a child, a parent, or another close
relative is disfellowshipped or has disassociated himself from the
congregation… the principles of which apply equally to those who
are disfellowshipped and to those who disassociate themselves…
Hence, we also avoid social fellowship with an expelled person. This
would rule out joining him in a picnic, party, or trip to the shops
or theatre or sitting down to a meal with him either in the home or
at a restaurant. …if the disfellowshipped or disassociated one is a
relative living outside the immediate family circle and home… It
might be possible to have almost no contact at all with the
relative.”—Our Kingdom Ministry, August 2002, pp. 3-4