First Islam wasn't born out of war. Islam was born then after jihad started because of pressure of non-believers.
Ok the sunni and shia subject is different than others. Sunnis believe that Mohammed is their prophet. However shias accept Ali as prophet. Sunnis also accept Ali but as caliph. Therefore shias are betraying the real rules and they have different things. Islam is a religion that there is no change in its rules.
First, Taliban is a just kurdish leader and I dont believe a person who shows wrong way people to can be a muslim.
The other thing about Iran that they wanted nuclear power in their country. This was their right because they pay lots money for electric. In Islam, if someone attacks you and your family, you are able to attack them back.
I don't know the situation of Saudi arabia but I know the city Madina is the city of peace Makka is changed a lot.
You asked me 9/11 attacks. Man, I say you did you read my post which is in middle of the page? I said that some rich people (rich media) use ignorants and shows them as muslims that they attacked to somewhere. Please please I say again this is political games of some groups who are greedy and want to own all of the world. They think the best way to make people hate from muslims is to show them as killers, bombers, suiciders ext...
Maybe you are right about white slave trade but I dont know anything about that and I say This is not allowed by Islam and I think all religions disagree with sany slave trade.
I am so sorry about your friend who died 7/7 in london but I emphasize again that those ignorant killers cannot be muslim because noone has right to kill anybody in Islam but if someone attacks us we have right to fight in war in order to have self-defence. Saying again that I am really sorry about your friend.
Jihad if there is attack on islam world you can have jihad to save your religion in Islam. And I want to give several meanings of jihad.
Jihad of the heart/soul (jihad bin nafs/qalb) is an inner struggle of good against evil in the mind, through concepts such as tawhid.
Jihad by the tongue (jihad bil lisan) is a struggle of good against evil waged by writing and speech, such as in the form of dawah (proselytizing), Khutbas (sermons), and political or military propaganda.
Jihad by the pen and knowledge (jihad bil qalam/ilm) is a struggle for good against evil through scholarly study of Islam, ijtihad (legal reasoning), and through sciences (such as military and medical sciences).
Jihad by the hand (jihad bil yad) refers to a struggle of good against evil waged by actions or with one's wealth, such as going on the Hajj pilgrimage (seen as the best jihad for women), taking care of elderly parents, providing funding for jihad, political activity for furthering the cause of Islam, stopping evil by force, or espionage.
Jihad by the sword (jihad bis saif) refers to qital fi sabilillah (armed fighting in the way of God, or holy war).
Also, I want to show this article taht I found on wikipedia.
Ramadan Buti, a contemporary Orthodox scholar from Syria, in his work on the subject Jihad in Islam says
Even before Muhammad conducted Jihad by sword against the unbelievers, there is no doubt the Prophet (s) invited these unbelievers peacefully, lodged protests against their beliefs and strove to remove their misgivings about Islam. When they refused any other solution, but rather declared a war against him and his message and initiated the fight, there was no alternative except to fight back" 
Imam al-Dardir in his book Aqarab al-Masalik says
Jihad is propagating the knowledge of the Divine Law commending right and forbidding wrong. He emphasized that it is not permitted to skip this category of Jihad and implement the combative form, saying, "the first [Islamic] duty is to call people to enter the fold of Islam, even if they had been preached to by the Prophet (s) beforehand." 
Al-Hajj Talib 'Abdur-Rashid, imam of the Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood in Harlem, NY, defines three levels of jihad -- personal, verbal and physical. Considering each in turn:
Personal Jihad: This is the most important form. This type of jihad, called the Jihadun-Nafs, is the intimate struggle to purify one's soul of evil influences -- both subtle and overt. It is the struggle to cleanse one's spirit of sin. Putting "Allah ahead of our loved ones, our wealth, our worldly ambitions and our own lives." Resisting pressure of parents, peers and society; strive against "the rejecters of faith..." (Qur'an 25:52) "...strive and struggle to live as true Muslims..." "Striving for righteous deeds."Spreading the message of Islam. "The (true) believers are only those who believe in Allah and his messenger and afterward doubt not, but strive with their wealth and their selves for the cause of Allah. Such are the truthful." (49:15)
Verbal Jihad: To strive for justice through words and non-violent actions. Muhammad encouraged Muslims to demand justice in the name of Allah. When asked: "'What kind of jihad is better?' Muhammad replied, 'A word of truth in front of an oppressive ruler(Nisai). According to M. Amir Ali, Jihad explained
The life of the Prophet Muhammad was full of striving to gain the freedom to inform and convey the message of Islam. During his stay in Makkah [Mecca] he used non-violent methods and after the establishment of his government in Madinah [Medina], by the permission of Allah, he used armed struggle against his enemies whenever he found it inevitable.
Physical Jihad: This relates to the use of physical force in defense of Muslims against oppression and transgression by the enemies of Allah, Islam and Muslims. Allah commands that Muslims lead peaceful lives and not transgress against anyone. If they are persecuted and oppressed, the Qur'an recommends that they migrate to a more peaceful and tolerant land: "Lo! Those who believe, and those who emigrate (to escape persecution) and strive (Jahadu) in the way of Allah, these have hope of Allah's mercy..." (2:21
. If relocation is not possible, then Allah also requires Muslims to defend themselves against oppression by "fighting against those who fight against us." 2 The Qur'an states: "To those against whom war is made, permission is given [to defend themselves], because they are wronged - and verily, Allah is Most Powerful to give them victory." (22:39) 
You said Mohammed was warrior. Yes, he was and he fought in order to survive his religion. That time non-believers wanted to fight. Self defence is also jihad
Thanks for your questions my friend. I hope I answered your questions.