Tahia Kazem (Arabic; 1 March 1920 - 25 March 1992) nke a maara nke ọma dị ka Tahia Abdel Nasser bụ nwanyị mbụ nke Ijipt site na 23 June 1956 ruo 28 September 1970. Ọ lụrụ onye isi ala Gamal Abdel Nasser n'ọdịnihu n'afọ 1944. Di na nwunye ahụ nwere ụmụ ise, ụmụ nwanyị abụọ na ụmụ nwoke atọ.
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- Grand Cross of the Order of the White Rose of Finland (1967)
- Honorary Recipient of the Order of the Crown of the Realm (1965)
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- Raafat. "The changing role of the first ladies", Al-Ahram, 2007-03-14. Retrieved on 2012-08-01.
- Sullivan (1986). Women in Egyptian Public Life. Syracuse University Press. ISBN 978-0815623540. “Her father was a successful tea merchant who had migrated from Iran when he was eighteen years old. Her mother was Egyptian, born in Tanta.”
- Stephens (1971). Nasser: A Political Biography. ISBN 978-0713901818. “Kazem was the son of a successful tea merchant of Iranian nationality and a friend of Nasser's uncle, Khalil Hussein.”
- Lacouture (1973). Nasser: a biography by Jean Lacouture. ISBN 978-0394466255. “A few months later he was to meet a girl of Iranian origin, Tahia Kazem, through the interposition of Abdel Hakim Amer, a friend of her brother, a Cairene rug merchant." He would marry her.”
- "Vierailu etusijalla Kairon lehdistössä", Helsingin Sanomat, 27 January 1967, p. 13. (in fi)
- Senarai Penuh Penerima Darjah Kebesaran, Bintang dan Pingat Persekutuan Tahun 1965..