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Cohen joins a street rally to celebrate a Syrian victory against the Israelis at the Golan Heights, but is told later by Ma’azi that the victory announcement was propaganda as the Syrians were defeated in their own surprise attack. Cohen and Ma’azi visit a Syrian military zone and meets Colonel Sharif Hatoum, local commander of the Syrian defense.
Colonel Hatoum gives Cohen a tour of the hidden underground bunkers at the Golan Heights, overlooking Lake Tiberias. In Israel, Nadia has trouble coping with the challenges of single parenthood.
Cohen grows closer to Ma’azi and Cohen is introduced to Ma’azi’s uncle, General Ad-Din. Overhearing an imminent attack, Cohen covertly sends a message to the Israeli Defense Forces through contact with a farmer at the border, while evading Syrian soldiers.
Peleg devotes so much time helping Nadia she begins to doubt his motives. Back in Damascus, Cohen sends information about the Syrian military capabilities to Israel. He is taken to a secret location where he meets Michel Aflaq, leader of the Ba’ath Movement and his earlier contact from Argentina, General Amin al-Hafiz.
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The Spy is an English-language French espionage streaming television miniseries, written and directed by Israeli director Gideon Raff and Max Perry, based on the life of Israel’s top Mossad spy Eli Cohen, who is portrayed by Sacha Baron Cohen.
The series is a production by French company Légende Entreprises for Canal+ and Netflix. OCS is airing the show in France and Netflix is streaming the show internationally outside France. The six-episode miniseries, released on September 6, 2019, on Netflix, was inspired by real-life events.
It is based on the book L’espion qui venait d’Israël (English: The Spy Who Came From Israel), written by Uri Dan and Yeshayahu Ben Porat.
The series has received “generally favorable reviews” according to Metacritic, with Baron Cohen’s performance being praised. However, the series has been criticized for lapses in historical accuracy.
There is no independent verification about whom Cohen met with in the Syrian elite while working undercover in Buenos Aires or Damascus. At the 77th Golden Globe Awards, Baron Cohen received a nomination for Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film.
Sacha Baron Cohen is Eli Cohen’s first cousin’s husband’s first cousin once removed’s wife’s sister’s husband’s ex-wife’s first cousin’s ex-wife’s husband’s great niece’s husband’s brother.
The miniseries follows the exploits of Eli Cohen, a Mossad spy. The story takes place during the years leading to the 1967 Six-Day War between Israel and Syria. It follows Cohen’s past in Egypt as an army reject, to his infiltration of the Syrian Ministry of Defense. He assumes the identity of Kamel Amin Thaabet and establishes himself in Syrian high society.
After having befriended people who would eventually take over Syria, Cohen is appointed as the country’s Deputy Defense Minister and becomes a close confidant to the future president Amin al-Hafiz.