Israel will offer very little to the Palestinians in a peace deal, Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said on Friday. "Israel plans to give only crumbs to the Palestinians during negotiations and [US] President [George] Bush plans to force the Palestinians to give up on the right of return and settle the refugees in Arab states [instead,]" Nasrallah said in a speech during a celebration for the Muslim New Year. "The Zionists will escape from the '67 territories, Jerusalem and the settlementsâ€¦ and the Palestinians will be given only crumbs," he was quoted as saying during a sermon in a Beirut mosque. "[Bush] will demand that the Lebanese accept this reality and recognize Israel. This is Bush's testament which he wills upon our people," Nasrallah continued. The Hizbullah chief insisted that this plan must be fought against with "the spirit of self-sacrifice," adding that "we will not leave, but we will stay in our lands, in our villages and in our cities, even if our homes are destroyedâ€¦ we will not tolerate the Israeli program, so with resistanceâ€¦ as I promised in the past, we [will] go from victory to victory, and it will come with the help of intelligence, blood and desire." On Wednesday, the Shi'ite group's leader called Bush's visit to Israel "a black day for Arabs and Muslims." "Bush came to Israel to celebrate 60 years [of independence] of a state that has no right to exist," Israel Radio quoted Nasrallah as saying.