2. Banner reading (English): "Israel you are not alone"
3. Man holding South Korean flag cheering
4. Various evangelical Christians dressed up in colourful regional costumes banging drums and performing
Jerusalem - 29 September 2015
5. Pan to the right of evangelical Christians gathered at stadium, many waving Israeli flags
6. Evangelical Christians cheering Israeli president Reuven Rivlin as he takes to the stage
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Reuven Rivlin, President of Israel:
"Thank you for standing with us, thank you for standing with us."
8. Couple sitting, the man wrapped in Israeli flag
9. Medium of man with Israeli and Finnish flags
10. Set up of Jerusalem's International Christian Embassy Director Jurgen Buhler talking to guests
11. SOUNDBITE (English): Jurgen Buhler, Director of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem:
"Those millions of Christians, they have a passion and a love for the Jewish people. They also do see something very interesting: it's that the ancient prophecies of the Bible, which some of them are 2,500, 3,000-years-old which speak about the time that the Jewish people will be exiled around the world, but one day they will come back to their land. So they read the scriptures, they see what is taking place today in Israel. They say: 'Wow, this is amazing; we see biblical prophecy being fulfilled in front of our eyes. So they want to get involved. They support Israel, they stand (by) Israel, and what we've seen over recent decades (is) that they even became a significant force within even parliaments around the world."
12. Buhler talking to guest
13. SOUNDBITE (English): Jurgen Buhler, Director of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem:
"To see today, we have around 40, I believe even 50 members of parliament from more than 25 nations which have come to the Feast of Tabernacles. They are meeting with lawmakers here in Israel; they are gathering together as a group, strategising what they can do. For example, some of the European parliamentarians, they are looking at what they can do to challenge the boycott law which is being prepared right now in the European Union, which some of them feel that this is a flashback to what was happening 70 years ago, when people were told not to buy Jewish goods anymore. So they are talking together (about) what they can do in order to challenge those laws. So this is a very practical step."
14. Wide of South African lawmaker Kenneth Meshoe with other guests
15. SOUNDBITE (English) Kenneth Meshoe, South African lawmaker and head of the African Christian Democratic Party:
"Whenever there was a clash between the Palestinians and Israel, everybody would condemn Israel and forget that Israel is never the aggressor. But Israel always responds and when Israel responds, many do not want to look at who caused the trouble, but they would just condemn Israel and they would say that the action is disproportional. But when aggression is started by the other group, they would be quiet. And that is very wrong."
16. Woman dancing in front of stage area as band is playing
Thousands of evangelical Christians from more than 80 countries descended upon Jerusalem this week to show their support for the Jewish state, including pilgrims and politicians from countries with a history of hostility toward Israel.
The celebratory summit reflects evangelical Christianity's dramatic growth worldwide and gives a boost to Israel at a time when, some argue, the country is increasingly isolated internationally.
Attitudes in Israel toward evangelicals are evolving, from scepticism about Christian Zionist motives, to the realisation that Israel cannot survive on the support of diaspora Jewish communities alone and is in no position to turn down the potential political and tourism boost the Christians can provide.
Evangelical Christianity is one of the world's fastest growing religious movements. Of the world's estimated two billion Christians, some 700 million are evangelicals, according to the pro-Israel International Christian Embassy Jerusalem, which organized the Jerusalem summit.
Evangelical movements are expanding most prominently in Latin America, Africa and Asia - regions that "hold great potential for the nation of Israel in political, diplomatic and economic terms," according to a position paper the group presented last year to Israel's Foreign Ministry.
Evangelicals at the summit boasted of their success at lobbying on Israel's behalf in the halls of parliaments around the world.
There are currently 32 pro-Israeli caucuses in parliaments worldwide, according to the Israel Allies Foundation, a Jewish-Christian pro-Israel political group that brought two dozen lawmakers from 18 countries to Jerusalem this week to meet with Israeli lawmakers and officials.
The annual weeklong summit is billed as the Feast of Tabernacles, the Christian term for the weeklong Jewish holiday of Sukkot, which in biblical times was marked by a pilgrimage to the Temple in Jerusalem.