The mineral kasolins are a mineral powder made of kaolin, a glass-like material that is mined in the North African country of Morocco.
The minerals were discovered in the 1980s by a Moroccan scientist, Abdel Aziz al-Moussawi, and later developed in China.
It is made by soaking the glass in water and boiling it in the kiln.
The mineral is used in everything from furniture to clothing, and it has a shelf life of up to 10 years.
It can be mixed with other minerals such as calcium chloride to form kasolitic minerals.
This has been known since the 1930s.
Al-Moussi’s discovery in the 1990s helped pave the way for the development of the mineral industry in Morocco.
Al Moussy has spent decades working on his own kasollite mine in the region of Boudia, in which he has been working for the last 30 years.
He is now known as the king of kasolis, which translates roughly to “gold king”.
The name means “gold and silver mining king”.
Al Mousty is now looking for a new partner to partner with.
He recently made a proposal for a private company, the Moroccan Association for Mineral Exploration and Development (MARED), which is in charge of overseeing the mine, and is now seeking to open it.
He has asked for a total of 4 million euros ($5.5 million), and he is looking for two partners.
One is a Saudi-Dutch businessman named Mohammed al-Agha, who has experience in the mining industry, and the other is the former director of an oil company in Saudi Arabia.
The latter company, Al-Gadar Energy, has already spent over 1.6 billion euros on kasolarite mining.
The project has been under the radar for some time.
Al Masry Al Watan, a local newspaper, reported that the proposed mine was already in the process of being built and would be operational by 2019.
But it has yet to receive any government permission to operate, and there have been no details on how the mine will be financed.
Al Mubarak, the director of MARED, told The Jerusalem Report that the mine was currently under review and that the government has no plans to open the mine.
Al Alam, a regional newspaper, said that the project would be able to raise the money needed to pay for the project in the future.
But Al Mubarak also said that there is a strong risk that the mining will cause economic damage to the region.
Al Ammar, a region official, said: “The kasolicite mine will generate a lot of revenue for the local economy, but it will also harm the environment.”
The mines are currently located in the mountainous areas of the area and are not accessible by road.
Al Aswad, a former member of the National Assembly, told Al Masr, “The project could lead to the destruction of the country’s natural environment.”
Al Asaad said: Al Masraq, the countrys chief environmental advisor, added: “Our countrys land and its natural resources have already been contaminated by the kasolingite mine, but the mines are expected to create more damage.
The mine will not only contaminate the area, it will make it unsafe for locals to work in the area.”
Al Masraf, a spokesman for the Moroccan National Mining Association, told the Jerusalem Report: “There are no environmental problems associated with the project.
It will be a big investment in Morocco and we will make a profit.”
In October 2017, the Morocco-Morocco Association for Exploration and Minerals announced that it had entered into a joint venture with the Egyptian company, Agni Mining, to explore the mineral deposit.
The project will be one of several projects in Morocco aimed at the exploitation of kosolicite. “
We will start excavations on the site as soon as the agreement is signed and we plan to begin the construction in 2019.”
The project will be one of several projects in Morocco aimed at the exploitation of kosolicite.
Al Arabiya reported that in March 2018, Agna had agreed to invest up to 4 billion euros in a project to mine kosolites, which are mined under a number of different circumstances.
The Moroccan Association of Mining and Minerations confirmed to Al Arabiyas correspondent that Agna is a partner in the project, but did not elaborate further.
Agna’s CEO, Ammar El-Moudi, told local newspaper Al Ahram: “We are going to open a mine on the kosolin mine site in Boudioua and we hope to have the mine open by the end of 2019.”
Agna will not be