|Marzieh Hadidchi Dabbaq|
|Member of the Parliament of Iran|
3 May 1996 –3 May 2000
28 May 1984 –28 May 1996
|Constituency||Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat and Eslamshahr|
12 June 1939
|Died|| 17 November 2016 77) (aged|
|Political party||Association of the Women of the Islamic Republic|
|Profession||Politician, Military Commander|
|Years of service||1979–1984|
|Battles/wars|| 1979 Kurdish rebellion in Iran |
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