There are some curious details: Being a Methodist, I don't understand the statement that "as a Christian and a Jew, [nun Edith Stein] accepted death with her people and for them" [emphasis mine], which seems to invoke some Catholic formulation.
The comments section is pretty active. Most readers seem to disagree with Muller's criticism, at least in tone or details. Here's one that caught my eye:
Note too that the Pope said that the Holocaust was an attack on God. This, too, sounded like calculated language to me. It is designed to turn the traditional "Murderers of God" argument on its head, to say no, it isn't the Jews who should be blamed for killing God, it is the anti-Semites who should be treated as deicides.
Interesting point! I'd never heard the "murderers of God" charge against Jews until just recently (and even then, just from TV show plots), but that might be from my background (rural conservative Methodist Southerner), but to the extent some people believed or believe it, this would seem to be a good way of turning that around.