What does this have to do with what Islam itself teaches? What does this have to do with how the 4 Schools view the sword verse, Surah 9:29, and 9:111 (which has been especially represented with the recent Gaza unpleasantness)?
There's a difference between "seeking to justify" and "justifying". If I seek to justify "warfare for the spread of religion" under the various moral obligations of the New Testament, I'll fail miserably. If I seek to do so using the behavior of the prophet of Islam and the interpretations of the 4 Schools of said behavior, I'll succeed wildly. I can't point to Jesus' behavior and say, "See, now I too can go on a holy war." Muslims can point to Muhammad's behavior and its history of exegesis and do so. The fact that individual Muslims do no engage in this behavior, (in spite of what the religion has historically taught), does not change this one iota.
In fact, it's funny that you should mention Indonesia, as it is a place of persecution of non-Muslim minorities, again in accordance with all of Muhammad's behavior and his shari'ah:
Well, it's already here, preached at numerous mosques around the country ever Friday. The recent Jew-hate rallies and attacks in Chicago and New York should be evidence of this to you. Also, the Muslim Brotherhood and CAIR (which has had numerous members be convicted of terrorism and is an unindicted co-conspirator in teh Holy Land Foundation terror trial) are active in the United States. What would constitute 'armed jihad,' in your estimation?
I doubt your assertion that you will be 'right next to (me)' very much. In fact, I could much sooner believe that you will be shooting AT me rather than WITH me, given your tendency to uncritically side with jihadists globally in every instance of jihad we've discussed.