Because Christians worship Jesus Christ as True God and True Man, Jewish law labels us idolaters, avodah zarah, making us liable under halakha (the Jewish version of sharia) for execution by beheading. Details and evidence from Jewish “holy” books here: Noahide Deceit, beheading.
“Akum—This word is made up of the initial letters of the words Obhde Kokhabkim U Mazzaloth (עובדי כוכבים ומזלות)—worshippers of stars and planets. It was thus that the Jews formerly styled the Gentiles who lacked all knowledge of the true God. Now, however, the word Akum in Jewish books, especially in the Schulkhan Arukh, is applied to Christians. This is evident from numerous passages:
“In the Orach Chaiim (113,8) those who use a cross are called Akum. In the Iore Dea (148, 5, 12), those who celebrate the feasts of Christmas and New Year, eight days afterwards, are called worshippers of the stars and planets:
‘Thus if a gift is sent to the Akum, even in these times, on the eighth day after Christmas, which they call the New Year,’ etc.”
Talmud Unmasked by Fr. I. B. Pranaitis
“Kosher foods are those that conform to the regulations of kashrut (Jewish dietary law). Food that may be consumed according to halakha (Jewish law) is termed kosher (pronunciation: /koʊʃər/) in English, from the Ashkenazi pronunciation of the Hebrew term kashér (כָּשֵׁר, pronunciation: /kɑːʃɛər/), meaning ‘fit’ (in this context, fit for consumption). Food that is not in accordance with Jewish law is called treif (Yiddish: טרײף, pronunciation: /treɪf/, derived from Hebrew: טְרֵפָה trāfáh) meaning ‘torn.’”
Entry for kosher foods, https://infogalactic.com/info/Kosher_foods
The Jews have come to also call non-kosher food as akum.
Head of Chief Rabbinate kashrut to be indicted for bribery
Rabbi allegedly took cash in return for bypassing supervision procedures
by Jeremy Sharon, Jerusalem Post, May 12, 2020
“The head of the Chief Rabbinate’s Kashrut Division is to be indicted on charges of receiving bribes from food importers who demanded kosher certification and preferential treatment in return for their money.
In December, KAN News reported that the police had obtained footage of Rabbi Yitzhak Cohen Arazi, the exclusive authority for granting kashrut approval to imported food, receiving envelopes filled with cash allegedly in return for kashrut approval without undergoing the requisite procedures for licensing.
KAN reported on Monday that Cohen Arazi is set to be indicted for having taken bribes for many years.
According to the original report, in one video of the rabbi, one of the importers is seen giving him an envelope of cash and the rabbi is seen counting the bills.
In another video, an importer tucks a roll of bills into the rabbi’s shirt pocket and asked him if he accepts checks for his son’s wedding, after which the two discussed kashrut approval for the importer’s products.
Cohen Arazi allegedly claimed to some of the importers that the cash was destined for a charity for the needy run by his wife, although it transpired that no such organization existed.…
The Ne’emanei Torah Va’Avodah religious-Zionist organization, which lobbies for reform of religious matters in the public domain, said the indictment demonstrates that ‘the total monopoly of the Chief Rabbinate over kashrut causes severe corruption and harms the kashrut of food that Israelis consume.’”