In this chapter, the author analyses the ideology of terrorism-­Islamophobia/Islamophilia as a function of the “master’s discourse”. He explains his psychoanalytic theorization with decolonial concepts and methods, such as world-systems analysis, delinking and transmodernity. His ideology entails “a genealogy of the present complex from which the power to oppress derives its bases, justifications, and rules, from which it extends its effects and by which it masks its exorbitant singularity”. The memorable example of Islamophilia is when Bill Clinton said during his speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention: “If you’re a Muslim and you love America and freedom and you hate terror, stay here and help us win and make a future together. We want you”. There are two principles in conducting a general history: archeological research is both non-interpretive and non-anthropological. To put it differently, the archeological researcher remains at the level of appearances and s/he concentrates on statements and visibilities as opposed to searching for authors.