Shulamit Cohen-Kishik, Argentine-born Israeli spy, Died at 100

Shulamit (Shula) Cohen-Kishik (also Shulamit Kishik-Cohen) was born in 1917 and died on May 21, 2017.

She was an Israeli spy.

Cohen-Kishik worked to rescue Jews from Arab countries.

Cohen-Kishik was noted for her missions in Lebanon and work for the Mossad.

During 2007, on the 59th Independence Day of the State of Israel, Cohen-Kishik was selected to light a torch at the annual torch lighting ceremony.

During 2010, Cohen-Kishik was awarded the title of Yakir Yerushalayim.

In November 2011, Cohen-Kishik won the Dona Gracia Medal.

Shulamit Cohen-Kishik passed away at 100 years old.