Iran on Saturday hanged three men in public accused of involvement in the bombing of a Shiite mosque that killed 25 people, an official said, branding them "terrorists" and "enemies of God." Iran also summoned Pakistan's ambassador Mohammad Bakhsh Abbasi over the deadly attack after Sunni rebels reportedly claimed responsibility, the official IRNA news agency reported. The executions were carried out near the mosque in southeastern Iran which was devastated by Thursday's bombing, said Hojatoeslam Ebrahim Hamidi, justice chief of Sistan-Baluchestan province. At least 125 people were also wounded in the powerful blast caused by a suicide bomber at the Amir al-Momenin mosque in the Sistan-Baluchestan provincial capital Zahedan during evening prayers.