In February 2014, a group of young men in a small village in rural Afghanistan took a selfie with an old photo of President Ashraf Ghani.
They then uploaded the photo onto YouTube.
The video, which was viewed more than one million times, inspired hundreds of thousands of people around the world to take a stand against corruption and the Taliban.
But, the picture was not only an inspiration for the young men, it also led to a serious debate about whether the selfie should be taken with a dead person.
A group of academics and human rights activists have argued that the photograph should be used as a template for a speech to raise awareness about human rights and corruption.
But many people also see it as a propaganda tool that can help build support for the government.
A recent study by the University of California, Los Angeles, suggests that a large proportion of Afghans see selfies as a form of “propaganda” that can be used to push their case against the Taliban, and that the image of the dead body in the photo can help shape public perceptions about corruption and human right violations.
It is not just Afghanistan, where the debate has raged for months.
The US is also struggling to contain the spread of a campaign by a group called the Afghan Taliban to show pictures of dead Taliban fighters on social media.
The campaign has drawn criticism from human rights organisations, as well as from some US politicians.
But the campaign has gained some momentum in the US in recent weeks, with President Donald Trump signing an executive order last week aimed at tackling the problem.
The Afghan Taliban are fighting for an independent Afghanistan, but they have been forced to ally with the Taliban in order to gain control of Afghanistan’s resources and territory.
But they also face growing pressure from the US to end its military presence in the country.
The Taliban have also been making efforts to establish influence in Afghanistan.
They have become increasingly active in recent months, including by forming a “foreign fighters” network, according to the Washington Post.
In a statement, the Taliban said it had “wanted to raise our visibility in Afghanistan by using social media to spread the message that we are not only Afghans but also Americans who support the American-led mission to defeat the enemies of Islam”.
In a recent interview with the BBC, Afghan Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said that it is “important to note that [the campaign] was not directed against the President or his office, but against all Afghan people who have suffered under the corruption and war”.