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Nas Daily Releases Video About M'sia After Buying A RM700K Passport To Enter The Country

Nuseir Yassin entered Malaysia using a Saint Kitts and Nevis passport.

Cover image via Nas Daily (Facebook)

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Israeli content creator Nas Daily has recently released a video about Malaysia, after he entered the country using a Caribbean passport he bought for USD150,000 (about RM711,000)

Nas Daily, or his real name Nuseir Yassin, uploaded the video on Facebook on Saturday, 22 October, and it has since amassed over two million views at the time of writing.

"I bought a whole new citizenship just to show you this country," read the caption.

In the four-minute video, Nuseir flashes his Saint Kitts and Nevis passport to the camera as he recounts the time he failed to enter Malaysia because of his Israeli citizenship while standing across the strait from Singapore.

Together with his friends and staff, Nuseir begins the video with an energetic "welcome to Malaysia" shout, as he often does in his videos.

The content creator, who runs a company in Singapore, shows his audience several parts of Malaysia, primarily Melaka, saying that the country is great for its nature, prices, food, and diversity.

"Everything here is 70% cheaper [than] Singapore," he says when he talks about the prices of food and goods in Malaysia.

"Forget about politics, this country is unique," he says

"For a country I was banned from, I was shocked at how friendly everyone was."

"But on my way out of the country, as I got one more stamp in my passport, I learned a valuable lesson. Governments are different from people. Governments may ban each other. Governments may fight each other, but people do not have to. Deep down inside, people just want to connect."

Last week, Immigration Department director-general Dzaimee Daud explained that Nuseir entered Malaysia using a Caribbean passport on 15 October

Khairul said Nuseir holds two citizenships, Israel and Saint Kitts and Nevis, reported Free Malaysia Today.

"The individual entered and exited Malaysia using the same passport (Saint Kitts and Nevis) and it is understood that he entered Singapore using an Israeli passport," he revealed.

“He did not have any immigration offences. Therefore, he was given permission to enter (the country) on a tourist visa upon his arrival."

Khairul added that Nuseir would not have been allowed to enter Malaysia if he had used his Israeli passport, as Malaysia does not have diplomatic relations with Israel.

The Malaysian government is vocal about the Israel-Palestine conflict, often criticising Israel for its inhumane treatment of Palestinians.

At the United Nations General Assembly (77th UNGA) on 23 September, caretaker Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said Israel needs to stop being an Apartheid entity as he called upon the major powers to take resolute measures to resolve the crisis.

In 2018, Nuseir said he does not hate Malaysia and has no hidden agenda:

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