This video was filmed in Australia and has circulated in posts about anti-lockdown protests
A video of police chasing people in a park has been shared in multiple social media posts that claim it shows forced vaccinations in Israel. The claim is false: the clip was in fact filmed in Australia. It has circulated in reports about police clashing with protesters at an anti-lockdown march in Sydney.
"A scene where the authorities are forcing vaccination on people in Israel," reads the Korean-language caption to this video posted on August 31 on Naver Blog.
The video shows police officers chasing several people and tackling them to the ground in a park.
Text superimposed on the footage reads, "Mobile task unit forcing vaccines on unvaccinated citizens."
However, the claim is false.
A Google reverse image search on a screenshot of the clip found the same footage posted here on July 24 on video-sharing platform Brand New Tube.
The video is titled, "MORE POLICE BRUTALITY IN SYDNEY AUSTRALIA".
Around 23 seconds into the video, a female voice off-camera can be heard saying, "This is Victoria Park in Broadway... the protest hasn't started yet".
A news report linked to the 7 News Australia's YouTube clip reads in part: "Protesters are massing in capital cities around Australia to object to lockdowns prompted by COVID-19.
"Thousands of angry, unmasked people marched from inner Sydney's Victoria Park to Town Hall in the central business district on Saturday."
A caption of one of the images cited in the report also reads: "Protesters are arrested by police at Victoria Park on Broadway during the 'World Wide Rally For Freedom' anti-lockdown rally at Hyde Park in Sydney, Saturday, July 24, 2021."