Sayd Jafari owns a café frequented by Afghans across the street from this Nazi graffito. Over several months, he says, his café was attacked nearly every night by a black-clad mob often wielding sticks, chains, and knives and performing fascist salutes. “It was a kind of party,” he said, wryly. Several times, his attackers—who included Germans, Romanians and Bulgarians-- ransacked the store and assaulted him. He’s since taken the hint, he says, and is shutting his business down, closely watching the situation in Afghanistan and contemplating a return. “There maybe someone has a bomb hidden on his body that he detonates,” he says. “Here you don’t see where the knife that kills you comes from.” Image by William Wheeler. Greece, 2012.