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All other marks used on this Web site are the property of their respective owners.You acknowledge and agree that: Furthermore, you acknowledge and agree that you do not acquire any ownership rights by downloading or viewing any Web Page Content.No campaign spokesman Lyle Shelton said he was disappointed, but will respect the result.'We will now do what we can to guard against restrictions on freedom of speech and freedom of religion, to defend parents' rights, and to protect Australian kids from being exposed to radical LGBTIQ sex and gender education in the classrooms,' he said.Keysar Trad, the spokesman for the Islamic Friendship Association, said: 'It's not just Muslims'.He pointed out his area of south-west Sydney, which reported some of the largest No vote totals, was home to churches, including of the Orthodox and Maronite variety.'What this shows it the clergy of all faiths can be successful in educating their parishioners as to what this is all about,' Mr Trad said.
Two of the country's most respected analysts argued major reasons behind western Sydney's surprise result were its cultural diversity and large migrant population.
'What we have here in western Sydney or south-west Sydney electorates is just a perspective of people again - because of their cultural and religious diversity - that is different...
to what the majority of the rest of the electorates had,' the social researcher said.
Australia has voted overwhelmingly in favour of same sex marriage - with some dramatic exceptions.
A whopping 12 of the 17 seats that voted No were in Sydney's west - taking in suburbs such as Bankstown, Auburn, Villawood in the south and Ryde closer to the city.