Islamophobia Discourse and Perceptions of Indonesian Islam Through Language Studies among Polish Students. This article analyzes the perception of Adam Mickiewicz of University students about Islam in Indonesia. Knowledge becomes a variable that plays an important role in perceiving Islam in Indonesia through BIPA lecture process. With Indonesian language skills, this student has the ability to obtain information that ultimately forms the knowledge of Indonesian Islam. The author analyzes the combination of knowledge and language both oral and written that he claims to have contributed to the creation of ideas as well as ideas about Islam in Indonesia. The Critical Discourse Analysis is implicitly used as a framework for developing this paper. This approach places language texts not in an interpretive framework but rather in a more contextual character.