Following the removal of former Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir from power, debates have erupted over the future of the Islamist movement in Sudan. Thus, it seems important to address the organizational path of movements within the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as other actors during the transitional period such as the Alliance of the Declaration of Freedom and Change and the Transitional Military Council. It could be said that the future of the Islamic movement depends on the course of the transitional period, especially in terms of the formulation of civilian-military relations. Current discussions largely revolve around transitional arrangements and policies regarding the former regime. It is also noticeable that the main challenges going forward appear to lie in policies of integration and the exclusion of Islamist groups from political participation.