I think what 60schild means is that there are Middle Eastern countries that are known to not be helping. That said; Lebanon, Iraq, Egypt and Jordan have all taken vast numbers. I do wonder though since the Middle East is known for conflicts between certain types of people (Kurds, Sunni/Shiite, etc) if it's even safe for some refugees to try and seek help in some countries.
I do agree with the more 'right wing' stance that in order to stop the refugees we need to figure out how to 'fix' Syria, but bottom line--fixing Syria is going to take years, if not decades, and in the meantime there will be more and more refugees. So that's really not an answer to the current crisis. This is a humanitarian crisis and every country really needs to up their game in dealing with it. It's more Europe's problem now because Europe is the closest western area to help but every other country really needs to start aiding Europe more. There are refugee camps in Calais, France because the UK wouldn't take more (they've now agreed to). That little boy drowned because Canada refused asylum. I know all of our countries can do more and it's heartbreaking that they are not.