Things weren't as black-and-white as in this article. There are several books on the subject, and it seems the author hasn't read any of them. Some people in Franco's regime may have been antisemitic, but Franco definitely wasn't. The idea to save Sephardic Jews by giving them Spanish nationality was an official policy (which of course was opposed by the Germans, so it couldn't be carried out in earnest). Plus, Nazis soon realized it's almost impossible to determine who in Spain is "of Jewish descent" - they had files on Franco himself, who had some "marrano" ancestors, although ironically they named him "an honorary Arian". Journalists please do your reading before you write.
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from the article: WWII document reveals: General Franco handed Nazis list of Spanish Jews