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|First Lady of Egypt|
June 23, 1956 – September 28, 1970
|President||Gamal Abdel Nasser|
|Preceded by||Aziza M. Labib|
|Succeeded by||Jehan Sadat|
March 1, 1920|
|Died||March 25, 1992
|Spouse(s)||Gamal Abdel Nasser (m. 1944-1970; his death)|
Kazem's father, Kazem Baghdadi, was an Iranian clerk. Kazem's mother was Egyptian. Nasser received the approval of her father and the Kazrouni Bey, the honorary leader of Egypt's Iranian community, before their marriage in 1944.
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Aziza M. Labib
|First Lady of Egypt
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