He made the remarks in a meeting with former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, who is in Tehran heading a politico-economic delegation, here on Monday.
In the meeting, the two sides discussed economic, political, scientific and educational relations between Iran and Germany as well as international and regional issues, especially issues concerning Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and emergence of Daesh terrorist group as well as ups and downs in relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Replyingto a question of Schroeder concerning Syria, Rafsanjani described situation in Syria very complicated and said many of these terrorists, who already were dispersed in different areas and had no organization, misused the situation in Syria and committed crimes.
Rafsanjani underlined that existing terrorists in Syria are warmongers who will never be silent and added that Iran is worried about Syria, because it is a difficult crisis, which has destroyed their economic and dispersed families and caused human catastrophe committed there.
Concerning new tensions in Iran-Saudi Arabia relations, which was asked by Schroeder, Rafsanjani said that the issue is strange and the inexperienced and extremist expanded it, while the most damage would be for Islamic World.