They go back to Iran for a visit and, to her horror, he tells her he's decided to stay there and -- guess what? -- she has no rights. If she wants to leave, she has to leave her daughter behind. But if she stays, she has to live by Islamic law, under which women are subservient; she may be subject to beatings and a slave-like existence...
Revision (approved by CAIR):
They go back to Iran for a visit and, to her horror, he tells her he's decided to stay there. If she wants to leave, she must leave her daughter behind. If she stays, Betty must live in a culture vastly different and, she believes, very dangerous.
Amazon apologizes saying "It is certainly not our intention to malign anyone's religious faith."
Sally Field was threatened with death when this movie was released. It was not too long after the Salmon Rushdie ordeal.