I changed the question around so now it's not subjective but asking for specific quotes from the bible. Please consider reopening or suggest what would make it better.
Just adding "per Jesus and the bible" doesn't magically fix a non constructive question, nor does it make an unfocused question into a focused one. For example the following is simply not constructive in spite of asking for a purely Biblical answer:
What Bible verses can be used to show that Christians shouldn't dance?
Your topic is different, but the question pattern is about the same. People's doctrinal positions are going to inform their interpretations so much that it's almost useless to approach a topic that way.
Also, the rest of the question doesn't do anything to solidify or focus it. You have a current event, an opinion piece in the media and a random verse of your own thrown in? How would you expect somebody to come along and actually answer this? You seem to be pushing a very specific direction and yet your question doesn't give any framework for getting the answers you seek.
Most importantly, when it comes to quoting Bible verses in support of an idea, outside of an scholarly environment that deal with this as a hermeneutics issue, it's a free for all. How would the verses quoted by crazy picketing fundamentalist, a beauty pageant contestant that glibly votes for world peace and a few dozen varying traditions with doctrinal mandates on opposite directions of this issue be judged as right or wrong? You haven't offered anything to solve this by adding "quoted from the Bible".
It seems to me that this has elements of both #1 and #2 problematic question types that I talked about in my answer to your previous meta post here.
Edit: In response to your latest edit...
I don't exactly read that as, "Love one another as long as they have the same belief system as you."
This kind of statement in a question really makes it sound to me like you are asking this not to learn something for yourself but rather because you have something in mind to communicate something. I asked my fair share of those kind of questions here early one. They didn't work out well. They are nice and active but they just get messier and messier and drag things down and distract from other questions that have clear answers that people actually learn something new from rather than spending their energy trying to convince people their view is right.