Your #5 makes no sense.
The Italian bishops and Catholic doctrine do not prohibit one from being a victim of muslim terrorists and being incinerated with ashes being strewn all over.
Cremation is not prohibited. Intentionally scattering ashes afterwards is what is prohibited.
The doctrine does NOT limit God, but rather the doctrine calls us not to deliberately scatter what God has promised to make whole and new, and calls us not to sentimentally unite a person with his favorite earthly park or sea by scattering him there. Those acts fly in the face of the promises God has made about what awaits us after death.
Why, according to your church, can ashes be unintenionally scattered, but not intentionally scattered? I am interested in knowing why your church allows for one but not the other. And how they both apply to “the facts fly in the face of the promises God has made us about what awaits us after death”? What are those promises, according to the Catholic Church? Thank you for your reply.