Isa Dare, 4 is the son of Grace 'Khadija' Dare a Nigerian from south east London, who recently fled to Syria to join ISIS.
4-year-old Nigerian British boy goes viral after blowing up spies in new ISIS video
Meet 'Jihadi Junior', a 4-year-old Nigerian British boy filmed detonating the bomb which kills four spies in new ISIS video.
It is the second time the young boy, who was brainwashed after his mother took him to Syria three years ago, has appeared in one of the extremists' propaganda videos.
Young Dare was brainwashed by ISIS after his 24-year old mother brought him to the warzone.
In an interview with Daily Mail, his grandfather Henry Dare, 59, revealed that the child begged him to save him just days before he was forced to appear in the first video last month.
'He begged me to save him, he 'made a desperate plea for help during a heartbreaking phone call just days before he featured in the barbaric stunt, saying: 'Please save me.'
Asked if he thought his grandson had any idea what he was saying in the video, Mr Dare who lives in Deptford, south east London – said: 'No – he's a kid.
'He's a minor, he's under five. He's acting under the influence of ISIS guerrillas. He's too young. He's propaganda. They are just using a small boy. They are using him as a shield.'
Grace's mother, also from Britain said in a BBC TV documentary last April: 'I still call her our Grace,'
'I want her back in my life. She is the only child that I have and the devil took her away.'
Grace Dare, born in London in 1991 of Nigerian descent, went to Syria in around 2012 and married a Swede known as Abu Bakr, who is now dead.
The Prime Minister's official spokesman said of the video that 'it reflects the barbarity of this organisation but it is also a propaganda tool.'
Watch the ISIS video below.
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