I don't think this is accurate, because the head of the commission and supporter of the measure is Michelle Bachelet who is one of the strongest anti-Maduro voices that there is. So this is much less about Venezuela, than a pragmatic vote with the majority which also included China (who's expected to buy around $2.5bn in pork from ARG this year) and Russia (who's providing millions of vaccines).It takes two to tango. Argentina also had the option of abstaining like 14 other countries.
(regardless of the fact that tens of thousands of Argentine citizens live in Israel and are affected by hostilities, or the fact that Argentina is or was in discussions with Israel to further its own medical and economic interests.)
What worries me more is Argentina's U-turn on Venezuela and support of the dictatorship and ongoing human rights abuses there and in other countries in its own region. This undoubtedly has more of an impact on Argentines now and in future as well as the tens of thousands of Venezuelas who live in Argentina, most of whom have been negatively impacted by said dictatorship.
This kind of foreign policy further erodes Argentina's trust and credibility on the world stage at a time when the best thing to do for its own state of affairs would be to try and be a friend of everyone and avoid "choosing sides" on issues that do not directly affect it.
But we all know populism (like dictatorships or single-party regimes) anywhere in the world needs enemies more than it needs friends to survive, even if it's just an enemy you putear rather than punch in the face. Viva the (insert cause here) !
A pro-Israel vote isn't necessarily a morally superior position since Bibi has actively aligned himself with anti-democratic actors in the region like Bolsonaro and Guatemala's Alejandro Giammattei.