1. 00:00 Wide shot of runners at start of marathon
2. 00:05 Medium shot of runners from the back
3. 00:10 Wide shot of runners
4. 00:15 Mid of local scouts handing water to runners
5. 00:21 Mid of runners passing police car
6. 00:26 SOUNDBITE (English) Nazem Al Khatib, secretary general of Palestinian Olympic Committee:
"They are training for one year in Gaza to participate in this marathon but, unfortunately, as usual what (do) the Israelis do - they refuse to give them their permission, without any reason, just they said 'security reasons', without anything (i.e. further).They are participating in Peking and Athens and London some of them. Even that, they didn't give them the permission to come. They reach China but they cannot reach Bethlehem."
7. 00:54 Various of marathon
8. 01:12 SOUNDBITE (English) Jacob Holdt, Danish competitor:
"This peace process runs out on my 67th birthday, on 29th of April, and it will be the biggest gift for me if he (United States Secretary of State John Kerry) could achieve some peace between Palestine and Israel. So I'm running for peace."
9. 01:28 Runners arrive at finish line
10. 01:32 SOUNDBITE (English) Rami, competitor from Ramallah:
"That's amazing actually, many Palestinians can't get out of Palestine, so now we have the world coming to Bethlehem, so this is just amazing."
11. 01:39 Runners celebrating at end of marathon
Beit Hanoun, Gaza Strip - 9th April 2014
12. 01:42 Various of Nader Masri and trainer running through streets
13. 01:56 Various of Nader Masri and trainer stretching
14. 02:07 SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Nader Masri, former Olympic competitor from Gaza:
"I'm truly sad. I wish I could participate in this marathon but the circumstances here, which is the Israeli side's rejection (no Israeli permit to cross from Gaza to West Bank), prevents me from participating in it."
15. 02:17 Mid of Nader Masri stretching
16. 02:22 Mid of Nader Masri swinging arms during warm-up
The second annual Palestine Marathon took place on Friday (11 April) in Bethlehem.
Runners pounded the streets around the West Bank city of Bethlehem on Friday as 2,500 people took part in the second annual Palestine Marathon.
But the Palestinian Olympic runner, Nader Masri, who lives in the Gaza Strip, was barred by Israel from travelling to the West Bank to participate in the race.
Masri was one of 30 runners prevented from travelling to Bethlehem, highlighting Israel's tight restrictions on travel in and out of the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip.
The Palestine Olympic Committee said 2,500 people took part in the race, including some 700 runners from Europe.
The participants ran a half-marathon course, which is 21.0975 kilometres (13.1 miles) in length.
The race started and finished at the Church of the Nativity in Manger Square and parts of the route followed the Israeli-built West Bank separation barrier.
Israel says the barrier is needed to keep Palestinian attackers out of Israel, while Palestinians say the barrier stifles their towns and villages and cuts them off from their land.
Olympic runner Nader Masri's travel ban was upheld on Tuesday by Israel's Supreme Court, who ruled that they could not intervene in the defence minister's policy considerations, but suggested the military consider more exemptions from the travel ban.
Masri, who participated in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, trains daily on the streets in and around his home town of Beit Hanoun and does three sessions a week in the gym.
He said he was very disappointed not to have been allowed to take part in the Bethlehem race.
Even under Israel's stringent criteria, Masri should have stood a good chance of getting an exit permit.
Those permitted to leave Gaza, at least in principle, include members of the Palestinian Olympic team and the Palestinian football team, according to guidelines published in 2011 by the branch of Israel's military dealing with implementing this policy.