Although I have found great comfort in the online atheist community (as IRL I know oly one other atheist), I often feel left out because so little is ever spoken about Judaism. I have had very little exposure to Christianity IRL andthough I do understand it ,I frequently cannot relate to experiences within it, as Judaism is in many ways very different.
And whereas people seem quite happy to criticise Christianity, and often Islam, Judaism is usually overlooked. Obviousy, it makes sense to a degree as number-wise, Judaism has far less adherents, and so is less visible. But I wonder whether you feel there is something else to it-because peope are worried about being labeled Anti-Semitic (a word which is thrown around a fair amount, often incorrectly), or whether it is simply because people do not notice it as much. Because really, despite the fact that it is a small religion, it is pretty important as the first of the Big Three, and can (and does) cause just as much harm as any other religion , if not more.