The Military Censor has now authorized the publishing of the reports, although it is unclear how reliable they are, according Channel 12 News.
Cohen operated behind enemy lines - establishing close ties with the top Syrian political and military leadership - from 1962 until he was hanged almost exactly 43 years ago on May 18, 1965. Cohen, who was known in intelligence circles by the number 566, wrote in encrypted French and sent his messages via a tiny radio transmitter. Cohen's transmissions were instrumental in helping the IDF prepare for the 1967 war with Syria. He provided information about the Syrian Air Force and military positions on the Golan. In July, Israel’s Mossad intelligence agency succeeded in retrieving the wristwatch that belonged to famed spy.