Getting back on topic....
But again the whole situation is confusing.. The 9/11.. Al-Qaeda.. America wants to bring democracy all over the world.. But their way of enforcing democracy is something hard to agree with...
This is where they mislead you. America DOES NOT want a democracy in the middle east. For a long time, during the cold war, America and the Soviet union realized that if the middle east was controlled, then it meant world domination. Because you would consequently control the energy resources. The soviet union had its borders almost close to Iran. And the US had influence in Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Iran. After the 1979 revolution where American covert activities were defeated by the people (since the shah was put in place by the US), America took an anti Iran stance. And at the backing of the US, Iraq attacked Iran. The war ended in disaster and Iraq was heavily in debt to Kuwait.
Now Kuwait refused to forgive the 14 billion dollars or so debt, and therefore Iraq invaded Kuwait amidst other accusations like slant drilling etc, cuz Iraq saw that as a betrayal. They argued that they had effectively contained Iran's influence in the middle east. America now turned its back on Saddam, and since Kuwait was oil rich, defended it.
That was the first Gulf War. We all know what happened after that, and now we know that America is trying to start another war with Iran.
If you look through history, you will find a pattern emerging. The US backed governments have ALWAYS been dictatorships and they have never actually installed a democracy. Saudi Arabia, UAE, Iran (before 1979), Iraq you name it. They were/are ALL dictatorships supported by the US. After Iraq refused to be controlled by the US, they gave false reasons to take Saddam down and have now installed a puppet government there. Even in the case of Afghanistan, America supported the Jihadis who subsequently became the Taliban during the Soviet wars.
The reason for this is simple. America and Israel (to a minor extent) CANNOT afford for a democracy in the middle east. The moment public opinion starts to affect national policy, it means the US will lose its foothold in the middle east. Similarly for Israel, they use these dictatorships for political mileage in the Arab-Israel conflict. Therefore, WHENEVER a democracy starts to emerge in the middle east, the western foreign policy planners start having a headache. And they will do everything in their power to delegitimize such a government and destroy them using false allegations, terrorism, nuclear weapons etc as reasons to go to war and keep their control over these nations. Its the same thing brewing with Iran now.