TEHRAN (AFP/Reuters) - Iran hanged two men on Thursday who had been detained during post-election protests and convicted of being Mohareb (enemies of God) and members of a monarchist group and the outlawed rebel Peoples Mujahedeen, the ISNA news agency reported. Mohammad Reza Ali Zamani and Arash Rahmani Pour whose cases were confirmed by a Tehran appeal court were hanged on Thursday morning, the news agency said quoting a statement from the Tehran prosecutors office. They were also convicted of plotting to topple the Islamic regime, it added. The United States on Thursday strongly condemned Irans hanging of two men in the wake of political unrest in the country, calling the executions a low point in Tehrans crackdown on dissent. It will only serve to further isolate Irans government in the world and from its people, White House spokesman Bill Burton told reporters. We see this as a low point in the Islamic Republics unjust and ruthless crackdown on peaceful dissent. Murdering political prisoners exercising their universal rights will not bring the respect and legitimacy that Iran seeks, he said. U.S. President Barack Obama is visiting Tampa to talk about jobs and the economy.