In recent years, Islamophobia, as an expression of fear based on prejudice and discrimination, has become one of the most fundamental psychological, social and political problems that lead to antipathy, hatred, violence and hostility towards Muslims all over the world. Exclusion in processes related to political administration, social responsibilities and employment; discrimination in the provision of services such as education and health; Prejudice in media and daily conversations and in daily life both verbal and physical violence produces many negative results. The media plays a very active role in the production and shaping of the perception that reveals these results. The effects of Islamophobic elements, which spread from traditional media elements to new media, have not yet been adequately addressed academically and sufficient information has not been produced to affect the policies on this issue. This study, which includes some important book reviews in addition to sixteen articles, is expected to constitute an important source for the questioning of the relation between the media and Islamophobia, as well as the relation between media and religion in Turkey.