Of course this involves referring to Qur'an and hadith and the authoritative scholarly interpretations of those scriptures. Who can argue when it is being plainly demonstrated from the base texts of the Faith? And why would the young person listen to someone - even a concerned close family member - who has no more than a passing interest in Islam and the prophet? In Islam such people are just hypocrites to be spurned.
As much as they will resist saying this to non-Muslims or more devout Muslims this is every westernised Muslim parent's nightmare.
Our young man or young woman is moved from being a cultural Muslim to becoming a serious follower of Muhammad and some things will inevitably ensue. In the case of Sri Lanka hundreds of dead and maimed people ensued.
Yet we in the West are often frowned upon and discouraged - if not outright silenced - if we dare to publicly raise the problematic aspects of Islam.
I can see a problem here, can't you?
Sri Lanka Suicide Bomber Was Radicalized in Great Britain and Australia
At least one of the suicide bombers in the recent Easter Sunday church attacks in Sri Lanka was radicalized in Great Britain and Australia. David Wood discusses the issue.