VIDEO - Chilling documentation: Staff Sergeant Ben-Zion Haim Henman, the soldier killed Tuesday during an IDF operation in the Ein Beit Ilma refugee camp in Nablus, was filmed by the IDF Spokesperson's Unit cameras just minutes before his death. On Thursday, Paratroopers Brigade commander Herzi Levy and a representative of the IDF Spokeperson's Unit arrived at the Henman family home on Moshav Nov to give them the film of their son's final moments. Ben-Zion, 22, who served in the Paratroopers Brigade, was filmed saying, "I'm Ben-Zion Henman from Moshav Nov in the Golan Heights. I have nine brothers but I won't mention their ages. We have a great country, a great army, good luck to all." During the movie Ben-Zion and his fellow soldiers are seen getting briefed then singing Hatikva, the Israeli national anthem, and heading off to carry out an arrest raid in the Palestinian refugee camp. The footage was filmed by Sergeant Nimrod Texler, an operation coverage cinematographer for the IDF Spokesperson's Unit. West Bank Division commander Brig.-Gen. Noam Tivon said Tuesday that the operation during which Ben-Zion was killed was carried out to thwart a joint Hamas-Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine bomb plot. "We hit the cell members who planned to carry out the terror attacks, and we are continuing the operation. IDF forces killed the gunman who killed Staff Sergeant Ben-Zion Henman," he said.