Noura Hussein did not want to marry. At 16, she was still in high school, aspiring to become a teacher. But her family forced her to a marry a man of their against her will. They made a contract with the groom’s family, but Noura refused, running away to live with a relative for three years.Yet in April of last year, her father promised that the wedding was off. It was a trap. Her family forced her wed the man and move in with her new husband. When Noura refused to sleep with him, her husband sought the help of his relatives. They held her down as Noura’s new husband raped her.The following day he tried to rape her again, but this time Noura grabbed a knife and stabbed him to death. In Sudan — where it is legal for husbands to rape their wives — Noura was subsequently convicted of murder and sentenced to death.Many international organization are trying to collect supporters against this crime. Please sign.