Naivete could be defined in several ways. It could mean innocence, gullibility, inexperience or simplicity. In terms of inexperience, yes, Henri Alleg and his friends were naive. However, no one can say they are innocent or gullible. Although, he had no sufficient resources and contacts, he understood the importance of anonymity. They realized the consequences of his actions. He and his team took precautions. He was, in fact aware of the insufficiency of his plan and resources. Nonetheless, Alleg acknowledged that ‘Adding to my ignorance, it did not permit me to grasp the extreme complexity of the situation” . Henri Alleg lived in World War II Algeria that was brimming with tension. Every one could easily be considered a traitor….