Not only as a potential partner for peace, which Israel is ignoring anyway, but also because of his stabilizing influence...which isn't widely recognized...but does in fact exist. And both of these are aside from the big question over who would replace him.
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Mortar shells kill 3 after hitting pro-army rally in eastern Libya (AP)
from the article: Assad's fall could deliver Lebanon to Iran and Hezbollah