Yes & No
For a very good In Universe reason.... most of those religions weren't (AFAIK) established until after the Goa'uld had left Earth in 3000BC.
The episode Mobius established that SG1 helped oust the Goa'uld from Earth by travelling in time to 3000BC using a Puddle Jumper.
In addition, the religions described (he says carefully) would not fit the Goa'u'd methodology. Teal'c says...
I know of no Goa’uld capable of showing the necessary compassion or benevolence that I have read of in your Bible.
However, as has been pointed out in comments various religions that came into existence after the removal of the Egyptian stargate are referenced, including Hinduism, Shinto and, by implication Christianity.
Whether the Goa'uld were the inspiration for these "gods" or just assumed their names is unclear though.
For instance: Christianity
The medieval Christian beliefs of the humans means that their ancestors must have been taken from Earth after the first council of Nicaea in AD 325 that established the said belief system and likely after the fall of the Roman empire and into the Dark Ages given their belief in demons, which makes it highly likely they were the last group of humans to leave Earth until the rediscovery of the Stargate and Dr. Ernest Littlefield's 1945 trip though the gate and the last group of humans ever to be taken off-world as Goa'uld slaves. Since this puts their departure well beyond the known date of the rebellion against the Goa'uld, especially after the alternate SG-1's involvement in "Moebius, Part 2", they were likely removed via ships...or via the second Stargate in Antarctica as it was stated the Goa'uld used it and as evident of the two Jaffa they found frozen there.