The Koran is an effusion of Mohammad's emotions and a reflection of his ideas, at least a good chuck of it. The verses you showed expresses those emotions and disappointments at the people of the book for refusing to accept him as the messenger of God. You cannot arbitrarily connect verses with one another because I honestly believe you don't know what you are doing. You cannot take "divine" decrees and add scholarly flavors to them. Besides, I have shown two tafsirs that disagree with your analysis.<quoted text>
and you have not told me what you think of the verse I showed you, there is no contradiction to be solved, that's your opinion and it has nothing to do with the truth.
Why don't you give me those verses again and we'll talk about it some more.