Since you have "demonded" the truth, I'll give it to you- though chances are you won't like it much.
Iraq, Iran, Syria, and Saudi Arabia have never attacked the U.S. While these countries are all so-called "rogue states", in reality they are simply countries which are not controlled by the West, or subject to Western culture. As a result, the West looks upon these countries as backwards and these countries look upon the West as imperialistic and colonial.
When it comes to Syria, nearly every one of your questions "is it religous wars? or economics?..." is flawed. The Syrian government is secular- not Islamic, as is commonly, but incorrectly, believed. Syria has little oil and a simple economy based on crops, livestock, and building materials. While Syria does sponser millitant Palestinian groups and Hezbollah, in Arabs eyes (both Muslim and Christian), these groups are not terrorists but freedom fighters.
When it comes to Iran, there was no conspiracy. The Iranian people simply felt that it was their right to have nuclear energy- regardless of what Western countries said. In addition, there has been no conclusive evidence that Iran has nuclear weapons or even nuclear weapon making facilities. Even if it did, Iranians feel that it is their right to own such weapons- that if the U.S., Russia, England, and China control such weapons, Iran should as well.
In short, the only thing the U.S. could gain by invading any of these countries would be:
1. Nothing- by invading Syria
2. Oil- by invading Saudi Arabia
3. Oil- by invading Iran
- POSSIBLY some secuirity for Israel, which is, in all truth, the U.S's pawn.
17 years of living in the Middle East