The concepts are much more European, Hindu philosophy thinks about things in a very different way since they believe in reincarnation. Also divinity and prayer is much more ubiquitous and deity-focused (and they have thousands of gods, even though they're all technically the same guy but not at the same time(?))
I personally wasn't talking about dogma, but basic truths like the golden rule. I'm asking how Abraham traditions are better at instilling these in humans than other religions or belief systems. If Satt thinks Christianity's dogma is inherently 'better' than Hinduism I would ask why, but if he simply finds it more interesting then that is a subjective opinion and it requires no explanation.
Also to split hairs I would argue the Abrahamic religions are not European but Near Eastern, considering they all come from the Eastern Mediterranean and Arabian peninsula.
Also to answer your question Hinduism is actually not even really a thing. It only came into being after Britain colonized India, and grouped similar local religious and social traditions under one group. In reality there are many sects, though they aren't really sects in that they do not conflict with each other. I think Indians see it as more like different maps that lead to the same place. Or maybe I am totally wrong, I only know basic history about it through the lens of British colonialism and cursory religious study.
Hinduism isn't a thing only in the sense that Christianity isn't a thing.
That is to say, those "similar traditions" all revolve around the core concept brought by Krishna, and while there are many sects that vary extremely wildly (some to the point of losing touch entirely with the original concept) much like Christianity it isn't wrong to refer to them as a single religion.
In my opinion, the bigotry has little to do with the faith, and more about people being assholes.
I generally put the ownness onto the religious. If I am shown indisputable evidence of the existence of a high power and proof that such an outlined scriptures is to be followed: I will follow that religion. Until that time, I am and will remain an Atheist.
That is direct and indisputable evidence, that would turn a skeptic into a believer. Please, spare me any "the Earth is..." comments.
Christianity, which was influenced by the teachings of Hillel the Elder (studied by Christ/Paul (love and peace)), showed less sexism and ethnocentricity but these things can still be found quite rampantly. Women are not to have: stylish hairstyles (specifically, braided) or wear costly clothing or jewellery and be subservient to men.
Truly, for those whom have studied Judiasm, Christianity and Islamic scripture: it would be very hard to live ones life following pure tradition. Even more so, in a first world Country. With an obvious exception to the nations of Islam.