Israel remembers its most daring spy

צילום: קובי קואנקס

50 years ago, Eli Cohen, aka Kamal Amin Ta’abet, was hanged in a public square in Damascus, after a five-month trial and harsh interrogation and torture; efforts to bring his remains back to Israel have been in vain.

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