Hi, Fay—None of those sentences works well. The idiomatic verb phrase "make a fool of someone" does not passivize well at all. I recommend the following revisions, which keep the passive voice but incorporate "out" and "to be":
1a. I don't like being made out to be a fool. 2a. I don't like to be made out to be a fool. 3a. I don't like it when I have been made out to be a fool.
There is very little difference in meaning between those three sentences.
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