An article in the Washington Post discusses the controversy in Morocco sparked by the suicide last month of a teenager who was raped and then married off to the man who had raped her.  The current law allows a rapist to avoid prosecution if he marries the vicitm.The story reports that although the current law sets the legal age for marriage at 18,  more than 35,000 exceptions are granted by judges every year.   See Edward Cody, New Arab Order: In Morocco, Uproar Over Marriage Law Tests Islamist Government (April 15, 2012).