Al-Banna held himself accountable for negligence and questioned his deeds daily urging the movement’s members to do so. Not only was he discontent with himself he also added the criticism to worship that was individually performed or daily collective acts of worship.
Al-Banna often wrote articles and held himself and his group accountable, questioning why do we give? Why we succeed? Why we fail? And what is needed to be done? All of these procedures were to hold a soul accountable for its actions. In his article published by “Al-Nazeer” magazine Al-Banna “How may one hold himself accountable for his action?” he explained that accountability must be done as a group and as a nation, however they have not yet succeeded in performing the task outlined in the existence of colonial powers in the Muslim world.