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Salima Pasha

Salima Mourad or Salima Murad (Arabic,سليمة مراد) was a well known Iraqi singer and was highly respected both in the Arab world and Israel.

Salima was dubbed as the most famous woman singer, since the early 1930s. She was also wife of very successful Iraqi singer and actor Nazem Al-Ghazali. Even after the bulk of Iraqi Jews left Iraq, Salima continued to live there until her death in 1974.

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