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Traveling with two passports, with different names.

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Hi folks,
I really need your help!
I currently have two passports, one is a Syrian, and one is a Russian.
I currently live in Turkey and I am planning to go to Malaysia soon.
However, my name on the Syrian passport is "Deen Doughouz", but in the Russian is "Dein Molchanova" (My mom surname)
I'll go out from Turkey using the Syrian passport, but I would like to enter Malaysia using the Russian passport.
Now, should I buy the ticket using the Syrian passport or the Russian passport? Will I face any problems at the airport?
Note: I entered Turkey using my Syrian passport.
Also, will I have any problems showing my Russian passport in the Malaysian immigration center if I exit Turkey with the Syrian passport?
Also, can I exit Turkey with my second passport (no entry stamps)
Any help will be appreciated.
Thanks!

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