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Israeli 'Naz Daily' entered Malaysia on St Kitts and Nevis passport, says Immigration DG

Israeli 'Naz Daily' entered Malaysia on St Kitts and Nevis passport, says Immigration DG

Israeli citizen was admitted to Malaysia with the Saint Kitts and Nevis passport on the 15th of October, according to Immigration Department director-general Datuk Seri Khairul Dzaimee Daud (pic).

Khairul Dzaimee stated that the man who goes under the name Nas Daily or his real name is Nuseir Yassin. He held two citizenships: Israel as well as The Caribbean people that is Saint Kitts and Nevis.The person entered and left Malaysia with identical passports (Saint St. Kitts, and Nevis) as well as is believed that he entered Singapore with an Israeli passport.

He (the person) was not convicted of any violations in the context of Immigration regulations, and therefore the authorization to be admitted to (the country) through the tourist visa was granted on his arrival, using an Saint Kitts and Nevis passport,he told reporters following his participation in the 3P (Penempatan Pekerjaan, Pendapatan and Pekerjaan) program, also known as the Placement Program for Employment and Income that was organized through the Prisons Department.

The program was officially launched with the help of Home Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Wan Ahmad Dahlan Abdul Azziz in Pusat Reintegrasi penghuni (PRP) Mantin. The event is also attended by the Prisons director-general Datuk Madina Muhamad.

Khairul Dzaimee, in a comment on a viral video posted on TikTok that was about Israeli citizens Nas Daily who entered the country stated: Actually, he did not have an Israeli passport because should he have and had, he would not be allowed to enter Malaysia since Malaysia is not a country with official relations with Israel.

In addition Wan Ahmad Dahlan explained that the 3P program was specifically designed for foreign prisoners who are eligible to be considered under the PRP for work.The income earned from the work will be used to pay for the needs of inmates in the foreign country and for their return to their home country.This program began in July, on the basis of a pilot project that involved 16 Indonesian prisoners. Foreign prisoners being held is more than 12,000.

For the foreign prisoners they'll gain knowledge and earnings that could help those in return country quicker and without having to wait in detention for authorities in immigration (authorities),he added.Wan Ahmad Dahlan said that this synergy will have the potential to benefit all parties, and can help in the reduction in congestion in prisons and detention centers for immigrants.Which reported by best online slots malaysia.