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We live in a world of negotiated where opposite and diverse views and visions are constantly affecting and modifying not only the reality itself but our perceptions (of reality) as well. To say that reality is forever fixed and settled is to deny the dynamics of change and flux operative in all matters of being and knowing. But at the same time to assume an antithetical position by disturbing the settled notions of society is not free of risk and vulnerability. The real challenge comes when instead of assuming these extreme poles, one maintains composure with which to view things without compromising the enchantment that furnishes our vision with newness and innovation. In her greatly acclaimed critical work, Catherine belsey (2002) suggests that “to resist all linguistic innovation is by implication to claim that we already know all we need to know” (Belsey, 2002, p.5). This implies that it is always with the new and innovative ways of saying (language) that we can claim newness of thoughts and ideas. My endeavor to reflect on the image and identity of Muslim women with particular reference to Pakistani society is inspired by my long and enduring fascination to explore new ways of seeing and saying,

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we live in a world of negotiated where opposite and diverse views and visions are constantly affecting and modifying not only the reality itself but our perceptions (of reality) as well. To say that reality is forever fixed and settled is to deny the dynamics of change and flux operative in all matters of being and knowing. But at the same time to assume an antithetical position by disturbing the settled notions of society is not free of risk and vulnerability. The real challenge comes when instead of assuming these extreme poles, one maintains composure with which to view things without compromising the enchantment that furnishes our vision with newness and innovation. In her greatly acclaimed critical work, Catherine belsey (2002) suggests that “to resist all linguistic innovation is by implication to claim that we already know all we need to know” (Belsey, 2002, p.5). This implies that it is always with the new and innovative ways of saying (language) that we can claim newness of thoughts and ideas. My endeavor to reflect on the image and identity of Muslim women with particular reference to Pakistani society is inspired by my long and enduring fascination to explore new ways of seeing and saying,

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