You should go to your son when he screams. Hold him and try to soothe him by talking quietly and trying to reassure him. A child does need to be comforted when they are frightened even if he tries to fight you off.Your son should gradually get over this stage. He has been through so much trauma in his young life that it is no wonder that he has nightmares.
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