Abrahamic scriptures may not be mentioned explicitly, but the opinion of Vyasa on other scriptures can be inferred,
(All quotes are from Kurma Purana)
Kurma Purana 1.2.54
सर्व लोक विरुद्धं च धर्मं अपि आचरेत न |
One should not follow the Dharma which is against all the people of the world.
Kurma purana1. 12.
O Best of the mountains by means of
meditation, karmayoga devotion (the path of path desireless action) and jñana, I can easily be
achieved, and not by performing of the crores of ritualistic acts.253
The best of dharmas enshrined in the Srutis and Smrties, are also meant for salvation. All of them should be followed with the divine knowledge of self.254
It is from Dharma, Devotion developes
and with the devotion, one achieves the
Supreme goal viz. Brahman as well as the moksa. The dharma defined in the Srutis and Smritis, has been equated with the yajña.255
One cannot achieve dharma by any other means. The following of the Vedas develops dharma. Therefore those desirous of moksa (ultimate liberation) and dharma should resort to the Vedas which are my embodiment.256
It is my own ancient and supreme potency that is termed as the Vedas. The same takes to the form of Rgveda, Yajurveda, and Sämaveda at the start of the creation.257
For the protection of the same Vedas, Lord Brahma, created the Brähmanas and established them in their respective activities.258
The one who does not recite my dharma, the Tamisra hells of the lower regions has been made for them by Brahmā.259
There is no other scripture, except the Vedas in this world which could establish dharma. A person who devotes to the other scriptures,
discarding the Vedas, the Brähmaņas should have no talk with such peôple.260
Those various scriptures which are against the Srutis and Smrtis seen in this world, are based on Tamo-guna or ignorance and belief or devotion in them is of tâmasika nature.261
All other Sâstras like Käpälas, Bhairavas,Väma, Arhata-Bauddha and Jaina,' etc are simply to create confusion.
In another incarnation of(Shiva) mine, these scriptures having been promulgated by me to delude the people who themselves try to mislead other persons by propagating their false scriptures. 263
The people who have well interpreted the Smrtis as activity belonging to the Vedas, have prescribed some karmas to be performed by the people, and the people who perform them, they
are extremely dear to me.264
In order to shower grace on the people of all the Varnas, the Virat Puruşa (great personality), Svāyambhûva Manu himself formerly
promulgated the Code of Dharma to the sages, at my behest.265
The other ascetics also listening to the same dharma from his mouth, further created the Sástras (codes of Dharmas) for the establishment of dharma.266
At the time of the end of the yuga, with the disappearing of the those Sastras, at the command of Brahmā, those Maharşis, continued to compose Sästras in each one of the yugas.267
O King, eighteen major Purăņas were
composed by the sage Vyāsa, at the command of Brahmā, in which the Dharma had been enshrined.268
His disciples composed the Upa-Puräņas. In each and every yuga, those well-versed in the Dharma-Sastras, composed these Upa-Puränas, in every yuga.269
These Sastras are supportive of siksa
(phonetics), kalpa (the rules regarding
rites) Vyákarana(grammer), Nirukta
(Etymology), Chandas (Prosody) Jyotișa (Astrology) and Nyaya-vidyá (Logic), besides expanding them. Thus, O Best of the Brähmanas, these fourteen Sästras are appended
and are linked with the Vedas. Dharma is enshrined in these Sastras and no where else.270, 271
Thus the dharma as established by the grandsire, is continued to be further established by Manu, Vyāsa and others, till the end of the time of dissolution.272
Also its said in 1.15.25 to 31
Dadhīchi, finding the gods and the sages antagonistic to lord Rudra, said to Dakşa,
"A person earns enormous sin by neglecting adoration of the adorable person and adoring of
the undesirable deities. There is no doubt about it.
Where the people with falsehood are respected and the noble people are humiliated, there the punishing rod of the destiny surely falls."
"Thus speaking, the said Rishi Dadhīcha, pronounced a curse on the Brāhmanas, who had arrived there and were envious of Siva.
Because you have driven out Paramesvara from the prescribed Vedic practices and have particularly humiliated lord Siva who is adored by the universe, therefore all of you shall fall from the Vedic path Trayi (three ) Vedas prescribed by lord Siva."
"Those of the people under the influence of the false scriptures, their studies as well as their conduct and human behaviour shall be falsified. Even otherwise those possessing the false knowledge, reaching the age of terrific Kaliyuga shall have to suffer from all the sides."