On the second anniversary of the Egyptian uprising, protesters remain in Cairo's Tahrir Square, but this time directed at democratically elected President Mohamed Morsi. HuffPost Live host Ahmed Shihab-Eldin spoke with Jehane Noujaim, director of documentary film "The Square", about the role of women in the continuing protests.
After two years of filming, Noujaim said "women continue to go down and continue to fight, and I don't see that changing anytime soon." Holly Dagres, Middle East analyst, added that any attempts to push women out of Tahrir Square were counterproductive.
"If anything, that's going to cause women to go there even more, because they think that they're entitled to it just as much as the men are."
Also joining the conversation were Hossam Bahgat, Director at Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, and Sharif Kouddous, a journalist in Cairo.