GUSH KATIF- Two mortars were fired at Gush Katif, and a Qassam rocket hit the Shaar Hanegev education complex near Sderot Thursday. One of the mortars struck the home of David Hatuel, a resident of Gush Katif who lost his wife Tali and four daughters in May, 2004 when Palestinian terrorists ambushed their car and murdered all the passengers. No injuries were reported, but the home sustained several broken windows and shrapnel damage. The Qassam rocket also broke several windows in the therapy pool at the Shaar Hanegev Hydro-therapy center, and residents say the attack could have caused a terrible tragedy had the attack occurred while school was in session. Head of the Shaar Hanegev Regional Council, Alon Sheuster, told Ynet, "if that rocket hit at a different time, during a different month, the results would have been much worse. We are working around the clock to prevent these types of attacks, and we must remember that cities around the world are fighting an unbending war against terrorism." Supports the pullout Sheuster said the attacks do not deter him from supporting the Gaza disengagement plan. "The Palestinians must act against the people doing this. We've got to deal with these attacks, with the attempts to hurt us. He also said the council is conducting negotiations with the defense establishment to solve a number of outstanding issues. "I should point out that the council is negotiating with the defense ministry about other issues, including compensation payments for farmers who have lost thousands of acres to go for Gush Katif evacuees," he said.