Pulled from wiki because I'm lazy, number in brackets is the UK number from the 2011 census number of jews globally 14.5million (270k) number of hindus globally 1.15 billion (835k) number of buddhists globally 521 million (262k) and just for **** and giggles number of christians globally 2.4 billion (37.584m) number of muslims globally 1.9 billion (2.787m) number of sikhs globally 30 million (432k) Firstly, why should judaism be mention when hinduism is not? By numbers, it dwarfs it globally and has over 3 times it's number in the uk. Secondly, buddhism isn't mentioned, it dwarfs judaism globally and has slightly less numbers in the UK. Thirdly, I didn't realise Judaism had so few numbers globally, I'm not sure why it should classify as a major religion to be honest. As for needing protection or help, i go back to what about people with mental health issues? According to Mind 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem each year. I still think it's clutching at straws and attempting to spin this as discrimination is daft.