Why is there facilitation for a child born in a Muslim Family as compared to a child born in a Non-Muslim Family? Why is struggle for a Muslim person born in a Muslim Family made easier as compared to a Non-Muslim person born in a Non-Muslim Family?
I understand that everyone should seek the truth and that everyone is born in the state of fitra (nature) ie he's born a Muslim and later on, his family influences him to shape his religious and ideological beliefs. However, if a person is born in a Muslim family, he is at an advantage compared to an individual who is born in a non-Muslim family since the person born in Muslim family already knows that God is one and about the finality of Prophethood. So even if he doesn't do research or seek truth, he'll die as a Muslim (even if he doesn't obey God's commands) and therefore, he'll ultimately go to heaven after some time in hell. Whereas the person born in a non-Muslim family, even if he commits good deeds, will not enter heaven if he's a polytheist or an athiest. So why are some people at such a massive advantage when it comes to be born in a certain Muslim family? And how did God decide that which individuals deserve to be born in a Muslim family and the others don't? Did all the people before getting born underwent any test? And if there wasn't then isn't God unjust in doing so by creating unfavourable circumstances for one group of people?
I've heard replies from scholars like Zakir Naik and others on this topic but those seemed unconvincing so I thought this is right forum.
Edit: Why is this being down voted? Is asking questions not a part of Islam?
P.S. I'm a Muslim myself