Israel-Iran crisis LIVE: Tehran suffered ‘double defeat’ with missile blitz, says Cameron as Israel considers whether to ‘go big’

Israel is ‘not in the business of revenge’ but will defend itself against ‘this Iranian threat’, a spokesperson has said.

Orly Goldschmidt told Sky News: ‘We are listening very carefully to our allies, we’re taking what they’re saying into consideration but, at the end of the day, we will have to defend ourselves against this Iranian threat.’

‘Not revenge, because we’re not in the business of revenge but we want to make sure that they are deterred. What happened on Saturday cannot happen on a daily basis, on a weekly basis.

‘We have to understand that it’s not a new normal that can happen in the Middle East, we have to make sure that the Iranians understand and they are deterred.’