I was gonna post a long reply detailing how the US is engaged in all those countries but It got deleted.
But it's kind of off topic and I am not responsible for your education. You don't believe me? Look it up. I presume you have the Internet?
The only country that doesn't strictly speaking belong on that list is Bahrain, base of the US 5th fleet, where the peopel rose at the same time as the rest of the Arab spring and their ongoing rebellion continues. It had to be put down by a brutal cross border incursion by the forces of Saud, and even though more people have been killed by saudi forces aiding the Bahraini monarchy than have been killed by Assad you won't hear about their struggle on the TV and you won't hear international cries for intervention. But anyway.
As to why Iran wants a reactor you are twisting the debate. Now you seem to think they have no right to the reactor.
I am pointing out that legally the Iranian government, regardless of whether they eat babies or persecute bunnies, have the legal right to develop a nuclear reactor. Why they want to is their business, not ours.
Yes Algeria and Turkey have reactors but they purchased those systems from the West. The Iranians are trying to develop the technology themselves.
I am simply trying to make it clear that we have no legal right to impose sanctions on Iran, let alone call for a military strike. Unless they violate the NPT which as far as we know they have not done. Being a democracy was not a condition of joining the UN. Nor was it a condition of the NPT. Working toward a democracy is a condition of UN membership, one which Iran was a leader in pursueing, right up until the aforementioned coup d'etat circa 1953.
But lets be clear, this isn't an issue about nukes or reactors. The US didn't build those bases around Iran for nothing. This is simply a propaganda war where the government sends out bots like haki baba to guage opinion before the strike. If it wasn't nuclear enrichment it would be something else. Iran is going down, the decision was made years ago.
Also with rigged candidates in the US, rigged parties in Britain, Troikas being parachuted into Greece and soon elsewhere our lofty talk of democracy is increasingly amusing abroad. Did you vote for the banker bailouts? So please don't drag democracy into this discussion. In the words of Ghandi: "I think it would be a very good idea."