A SIX-YEAR-OLD girl has been found killed nearly two weeks after she called rescuers pleading for help from a car surrounded by the bodies of her murdered family members.

Her body was found in Gaza after Israeli forces left the area and the remains of a bombed ambulance dispatched to rescue her were found nearby.

Hind Rajab called the Palestine Red Crescent Society on January 29 and spoke to them for around three hours while they tried to pinpoint the her.

She was reportedly fleeing Gaza City with her aunt, uncle and cousins when they were caught in gunfire, resulting in their deaths. Hind stayed in the car (below) and told rescuers that she was scared of the dark and was alone after her 15-year-old cousin Layan – who originally called the Red Crescent rescuers – was killed.

The National:

People worldwide were horrified at the sound of the two children’s voices when the organisation released the audio.

Layan is heard saying: “They are shooting at us. The tank is next to me.”

Hind can be heard saying later: “Come and take me, will you come and take me?”

“I’m so scared. Please come. Please call someone to come and take me.”

Hind’s grandfather, Baha Hamada told Agence France-Presse, that “Hind and everyone else in the car is martyred”.

Hind’s mother, Wissam Hamada, told press that her daughter’s death was to blamed on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US President Joe Biden, AFP said.

She said: “I will question before God on Judgment Day those who heard my daughter’s cries for help and did not save her”.

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Crew members Yusuf Zeino and Ahmed Al-Madhoun, who had been missing since the rescue mission were also found killed.

SNP leader Stephen Flynn reacted to the news, writing on social media: “Six years old. And Westminster continues to sit silent.”

Flynn's comments come as the SNP consider forcing another vote on calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.

The National understands the party may use a scheduled opposition day debate in the Commons later this month to call for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.

A previous vote on the matter, also brought forward by the SNP, last year failed but saw 10 Labour frontbenchers resign to back calls for a ceasefire.

An SNP MP told The National the party were considering a repeat of the November vote and said it would “not take a rocket scientist” to conclude the party was considering that option.

Others commented on the style that Hind's death was being reported.