No. Why would I ever convert to a religion I don't believe to be from God?
I've looked into Islam and I profoundly disagree with it on many levels. Islam is a human construct, a product of Muhammad's mind, that was shaped by the religious and cultural environment in which he and his followers lived. The theology of Islam is entirely explicable as a natural development that combines elements of pre-existing religious traditions like rabbinic Judaism, Christianity and Arab paganism. The Qur'an contains no actual scientific miracles and no divine intervention is required to explain the religion's origins.
Although the Qur'an claims in its opening verse that Allah is "Most Merciful" and "Most Gracious," the remainder of the book describes a deity with some decidedly less noble characteristics: "Those who disbelieve in Our verses, We will drive them into a fire, every time their skins are roasted We will replace their skins with other new skins." (Qur'an 4.56) That is an unimaginably horrifying belief to hold about any human being, especially when one considers that Muslims believe the "kuffar" ("disbelievers") will remain in hell for the countless billions of years of eternity. So I thank God that Islam is not true - and I thank God that his love and mercy extend to everyone, excluding none and condemning none to eternal torture.