Two campaigners against schools teaching LGBT acceptance have been condemned for being pictured with Katie Hopkins. But what inspired them to do this?

Shakeel Afsar and Amir Ahmed, who have been leading protests in Birmingham were pictured alongside the blogger who has openly criticised Islam and as recently as June 2 posted a video of the Azaaz with the caption “The video THEY don’t want you to see. Nelson’s column. Trafalgar Square. The heart of London. This is a glimpse into our future.”

Demonstrators vowed to carry out a fresh protest later this week - but away from Anderton Park Primary School's gates. An interim High Court injunction secured by the council has banned demonstrations taking place within an exclusion zone around the site.

The legal bid bars those objecting to use of particular relationship education materials from protesting anywhere near the school.

Hopkins tweeted: "So gracious of @shakeelafsar7, and his family to invite me into their home, during their Eid celebrations - to discuss the issues with LGBT teaching at #AndertonParkPrimarySchool"

Shakeel Afsar then retweeted Katie Hopkins and said: "We as a community will Remain Tolerant of ANYONE even if we Totallt [sic] Disagree & we will Learn to CO EXSIST [sic]. Shame We cannot say the same about @BrumLeader @JaneRockHouse & @birmingham_live."

Katie was then videoed with both activists on a sofa about how both sides agreed on ‘nnot being silenced’

Among her many tweets which focus primarily on Islam and the apparent ‘threat’ of Muslims here’s one from May 21.

People were unforgiving