Abstract: The Muslim Brotherhood’s loss of power on the one hand and the security campaign against it on the other have opened up debates as to whether these circumstances will push the movement to make significant changes to its ideology and organization, driving it either towards openly following peaceful strategies and tactics, or adopt an ideology of violence. The main questions of this report are what challenges the Muslim Brotherhood face in trying to overcome their internal divisions and whether the Muslim Brotherhood will maintain the peaceful stance it adopted during the coup, or whether it will be forced to adopt a policy of armed violence. The report will also discuss whether the Muslim Brotherhood will be able to find a way back into the political system.