Moishe the Beadle was probably not believed by the Jewish community after he returned because he told stories of such inhumane acts of torture against him and the other Jews which were with him. In addition, Moishe was a homeless man who did not have much social standing with the Jewish people. Most of all, the Jews most likely just did not want to believe that the Germans were capable of performing such vile acts.
Not listening to Moishe was a horrendous mistake. This simple act could have helped saved their own lives. Palestine was still open to immigration and, therefore, the Jewish people still had the opportunity to escape. Even if they chose not to immigrate, they definitely could have been better prepared for the inevitable situation.
Posted by: Ryan Morris, Josh Harlow, Tyler Abma, and Jared Andrews