The purpose of this study is to identify macroeconomic factors affecting the risk of liquidity of Islamic banks in Indonesia. The method of this research is explanatory research. This study uses secondary data derived from Islamic bank financial statements and statistical center in Indonesia. The result of the research shows that there is no significant influence on GDP, Inflation and Unemployment on liquidity risk. This means that macroeconomic conditions in Indonesia do not affect liquidity risk in Islamic banks in Indonesia. The results of this study is different from the results of previous research, this is due to differences in sample data. Previous research was conducted on conventional banks, while in this study conducted on Islamic banks. This proves that liquidity risk in Islamic banks in Indonesia is more resistant to macroeconomic factors than conventional banks.