Well I think the pagans and followers of Native American religions have been through more persecution than the Jews, so it can't be that Jews are more persecuted.
Christianity gets more criticism because it's currently the dominant religion in the world's dominant political entities - and has been for several centuries since the rise of the European empires, this translates into followers of Christianity doing the majority of the persecution lately. Not that any religion is free of followers who commit horrific crimes in the name of their religion.
Islam gets more criticism in part because those who are doing the persecution want to find an excuse. Some of the Alan Dershowitz and neocon type Jews are big inciters in criticism of Islam, because they view Islamic states as enemies of Israel.
Judaism doesn't get criticized because they scream anti-semitism at the least hint of anything.
Anyway, none of these are condusive to calm discussion about the similarities and differences or merits of various teachings among these religions. Its all about accusing the others of being the basis for major crimes.
I find it interesting that some members of each religion find religious reasons to murder and kill. Others find that their religion teaches equal rights, justice, and respect for all humanity, and strict rules against killing of innocent people regardless of religion.