The book is a critical search for the hidden threads of origins of unfinished colonialism in the Arab World, particularly Yemen. It exposes the new form of colonialism which has been running in the name of fighting terrorism. The book also unravels the man-made norms that deconstruct the (Yemeni) Arab identity and herald the emergence of the violent sects. For that, the book has critically decoded the unread messages of the Yemeni novelist Wajdi al-Ahdal in his controversial novels, Mountainous Boats 2002, A Donkey among Songs 2004, Quarantine Philosopher 2007, A Land without Jasmine 2008. The book also questions the ongoing violence and the Arab Spring (Uprisings) which began in 2010 and is still up-to-now leading to a socio-political collapse of the Arab countries, particularly Yemen. The book reveals the dark side of religious clerics who have been legitimizing the corruption of the dictators in the Arab world.