In the aftermath of one of the racially divided and prejudicial presidential races in U.S. history, the fear of even greater harm and prejudice toward Muslims is also unprecedented. To counteract this “Islamophobia,” Joshua Seftel brings us “The Secret Life of Muslims.” This new “digital series that uses humor and empathy to confront Islamophobia” actually does much more than that. It educates and entertains while it awakens you to see how truly silly prejudices are. Yes, this is about the Muslim religion (it is a religion, people), but the concept can be applied to any religion and any group of people to whom there are negative stereotypes. “The Secret Life of Muslims” is a brilliant concept that, in under 5 minutes, could change your perspective and views. I told you it was brilliant!