I voted fold, and limping UTG would have been better, but given the action so far, a RAISE could be a good move if you think you have a good read on this guy. There's 142 in the pot and it's 100 to go, so assuming the next two players fold and you think you're at least (100/242) = 41%
to win, then folding is incorrect. The reason you raise is that you're worried about the two players who called your original raise, and might start thinking they have pot odds
to call if you flat call the reraiser. If you re-raise they will almost certainly fold.
From his range of hands, if he has
AA or KK you're only about 18% to win - fold
QQ - 15% - fold
JJ - 36% - fold, just
Pocket pair TT or lower - 48% - CALL
AK - 40% - fold, just. Basically even money
AQ, KQ, AJ, KJ - 30-31% - fold
AT or lower Ace + hands like K2o - 45-48% - CALL
Random hands / bluff - 70% - CALL
So in summary the hands that are really bad for you are AA, KK, QQ. I'd say these are not that likely since you'd expect a more reasonable re-raise. The hands you're more afraid of are AQ and AJ, but you might expect a call rather than a re-raise with these.
I'd say more likely are a pocket pair TT or lower or bluff, both of which are calls, or AK, which is even money. So an isolation raise would not be bad. It's only 20% of your stack and would have a good effect on your table image, i.e. make you look like a crazy gambler.
Even for range of hands where you're only around 30% to win, that's only a 10% equity gap from what you require, so you're only really giving away (10% of 20%) = 2% of your stack, i.e. R10. Worth a gamble?