While there has been an increase in the number of Islamophobia Studies in the West in the past two decades, Islamophobia Studies in Muslim majority societies is a relatively untouched area of research. One can attribute the Islamophobia in Muslim majority countries to historical developments and changes including colonial influences, internal politics and social attitudes towards certain Islamic ideologies, interpretations and practices. What has escaped studies of Islamophobia are the experiences of Muslims in Western countries like Australia and the existence and practice of Islamophobia within Muslim communities. This chapter aims to explore the internal Islamophobia within the Muslim community in Sydney and thereby unpack the intersections between the internal and external Islamophobia. While doing so, the chapter also gives voice to those Australian Muslim women who are caught in between the two types of Islamophobia, which is a double-edged sword for many of them.