Al Jazeera reports tribal elders aren't sure who the estimated 50 foreign fighters with their families are - or how they got here. Just six months ago, the Afghan military conducted operations in Chardara district in northern Kunduz province to push the Taliban beyond city limits. Now, foreign fighter enclaves dot this province's rapidly changing political landscape. According to residents and local officials, foreign fighters and their families have taken up residence in three of the province's seven districts. "Chardara, Archi and Imam Seheb," confirmed Hamdullah Danishi, deputy governor of Kunduz. Since their arrival about five months ago, 10 tribal elders have been killed - four in the past few weeks alone - along with about 100 residents. "A man doesn't know when he leaves the house if he'll make it back home," said a tribal elder who requested anonymity because of increasing threats he's received. "All the power is with them."