There are men who spend their youth in Western countries like England, Canada, or the US and abuse the sexism of their family’s double-standards and low expectations for men to its fullest.
Since, generally speaking, male children are not as carefully guarded and watched over as female ones, young Muslim men have the opportunity to far more easily date, have sex, and get involved with non-Muslim women than young Muslim women do.
Being tossed aside like so much old garbage after years of being with someone and planning a future with them is not what most people have in mind for their lives.
Some of the men will go out partying, drinking, clubbing — you name the thing, they do it (except for maybe eating pork).
However, since these men still identify as Muslims, the dissonance eventually catches up with them.
John Wijngaards and other Christian apologists reject Qur'anic arguments that imply the typical Muslim view of "at-tahrif al-lahzi" (corruption of the text).
They argue that early Muslim commentators held a more positive view of the Christian Bible and believe that the idea that the original text of the Bible was irrecoverable originated with Ibn Hazm, often written "Ibn Khazem".