Mom sees abducted toddler in ISIS propaganda video

The last time Lidia Herrera saw her son was in November last year when she gave him to his father before leaving home in Italy and going to visit relatives in Cuba.

But instead of babysitting the boy, her estranged husband Ismar Mesinovic instead took his son to Syria where he signed up to fight for ISIS.

And now, a year after the pair went missing, Miss Herrera has seen her son again for the first time as part of an online propaganda campaign for the terror group.

Wearing a black headband inscribed with Arabic writing and with a tiny AK-47 rifle slung around his neck, Miss Herrera says this is her three-year-old son Ismail.