British author Roald Dahl, whose works remain popular with children around the world. Photo: Handout British author Roald Dahl, whose works remain popular with children around the world. Photo: Handout
British author Roald Dahl, whose works remain popular with children around the world. Photo: Handout

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Roald Dahl’s family apologises for late author’s anti-Semitic comments

  • The British author, who died in 1990, wrote children’s classics such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The BFG, Matilda and The Witches
  • Family members said comments he made in 1983 about Jewish people were ‘incomprehensible to us’

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British author Roald Dahl, whose works remain popular with children around the world. Photo: Handout British author Roald Dahl, whose works remain popular with children around the world. Photo: Handout
British author Roald Dahl, whose works remain popular with children around the world. Photo: Handout
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