Junior members of the Muslim Brotherhood will possibly form a new front within the organization.
The new front will compound rifts inside the organization which has so far been split into two, namely a camp supporting acting supreme guide Ibrahim Muneer, and another supporting former secretary-general Mahmud Hussein.
The junior members of the Muslim Brotherhood apparently want to find a way out of the successive pitfalls and scandals hitting their organization in the past period.
Among the junior members who want to establish a new front is Ashraf Abdel Ghaffar who complained previously about financial corruption among Muslim Brotherhood leaders based in Turkey and the UK.
Abdel Ghaffar accused these leaders of stealing the donations that come to the organization.
He called on Brotherhood junior members to stay away from senior leaders of the organization and opt for the ideology of Hassan al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood.
“You cannot choose from among the corrupt,” Abdel Ghaffar wrote on Facebook.
Abdel Ghaffar was apparently referring to incumbent Muslim Brotherhood leaders.
Muneer and Hussein have already polarized the organization, having been fiddling over positions inside it.
This was why Abdel Ghaffar lashed out at both of them and lamented the lack of functional institutions within the Brotherhood.
He also complained about the failure of both leaders to abide by the regulations of the organization, including those of its Consultative Office.
This comes as some Junior Brotherhood members say they want to construct a new organization, depending on the pits that have been left out of the original organization, both inside Egypt and outside it.
Nonetheless, some people believe that attempts to revive the Muslim Brotherhood or blow new life into it are doomed to fail.
The same people look at ongoing struggles for leadership inside the organization and laugh, given the fact that the Muslim Brotherhood might have already reached the point of no return.