Was Akbar Muslim or non-Muslim?
Akbar was a Muslim, and he made India tolerant to all religions.
What are the legal issues during a divorce in a Muslim marriage when one party is a non-Muslim and the other is a Muslim?
A Muslim is not allowed to marry a non-Muslim so there should be no legal issues during a divorce because there is no marriage to begin with. a nonMuslim wife has all the rights of a Muslim wife after divorce, except she can not have the children, she can see them whenever she wishes, but not have them. supposing that this wife is a Jew or Christian, as it is known. Legal issues are eitherwise…
Aurangzeb was the great-grandson of Akbar. Akbar was a generous king and treated all religions equally. But Aurangzeb was a true Muslim. He revived Akbar's policies and re-imposed taxes on non-Muslims. Aurangzeb was the most cruel Mughal King while Akbar was the greatest ruler of the Mughal dynasty.
Is Muslim man allowed to marry newly converted Muslim woman that is already marriedDoes her marriage still valid with her nonmuslim husband?
Akbar felt difficulties from from both Hindu and Muslim religious scholars. Mulims didn't like him as Akbar recruited and established many Hindus in highest ranks of the Govt. Allowed Deepavali, the light festival, allowed new temples to be built, maaried non-muslim woman etc. etc. The Muslims thought that as Akbar was a by born Muslim, he would carry with Islamic traditions like his father and grand father. On the otherside , the Hindus didn't support…
Although most Islamic leaders before Akbar had required the Indian people to follow a strict form of Islam, Akbar himself was tolerant of many religious beliefs. In fact, in the 1580s he began to promote a new faith that combined Islam, Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, and Christianity. Indian Muslims built mosques that incorporated Indian architectural traditions.
Is it against the Muslim religion for a Muslim man to get a nonmuslim female pregnant out of wedlock and to make her have an abortion so they can stay together?
Answer: Yes, of course. Both - extra marital relations as well as abortion for the reason stated - are forbidden. If the woman is pregnant, I suggest you do the right thing by marrying her - or at least provide for her and the child's support. In either case, you must attempt to change your behavior and make repentance to God.