New Delhi: Amid the ongoing refugee crisis, RSS mouthpiece 'Organiser' has called for building international opinion to force West Asian nations to "stop deadly politics in the name of Islam".
It also hit out at Arab nations including Saudi Arabia and Kuwait for refusing to help the refugees from strife-torn Syria despite having capacities and resources.
"...Not only Europe but even countries like Bharat (India) and China cannot afford to sit back and wait for the crisis to subside. The time is ripe to build international opinion and force West Asian countries to stop deadly politics in the name of Islam," it said.
An editorial, "Refuge behind refugees", in the RSS organ also said Indian "clerics issuing fatwa against the inhuman actions of IS is exemplary in this regard".
Hitting out at the Arab countries, it said, "The worst culprits are the Arab countries. After financing terrorist groups in many countries, the oil rich West Asian countries have shamed the 'Arab Conscience' by refusing to take in any refugee."
"...Why are some Muslim governments seemingly indifferent to the plight of refugees? They have all the capacities, resources and space but for them the cause espoused by IS is greater than the humanitarian concerns," it said.
The organ said Saudi Arabia has openly declared that it will not allow any Syrian refugee into the kingdom, while Kuwaiti official argued that 'they would not fit in' with the Kuwaiti culture.
The 'Organiser' said European powers, who are planning refugee quotas and are now vouching for the humanitarian laws, cannot forget the fact that the situation in Syria or other West Asian countries is the outcome of their colonial legacy.
"They had redrawn the boundaries and created Assads and Saddams under the US leadership. Taliban and IS are their 'liberal' contributions to the world. Now when the humanitarian crisis is at the zenith, they cannot overlook the real menace that is barbarism of IS," it said.
It said the Syrian conflict has created over four million refugees and two million more are expected to flee due to persecution in Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia and Yemen.
"There are reports that Islamic State (IS) militants are being smuggled in Europe in the guise of refugees. The IS operative claimed some 4,000 fighters were already waiting in Europe aiming to attack around the globe," the RSS organ said.
Noting that more than 2,50,000 people have already died and many are being tortured, it said asylum to refugees can be a temporary solution but not a permanent one.
"Europe cannot hide behind the garb of refugees and neglect the real problem," it said.