The Arab neighborhood of A-Tur, located in east Jerusalem on the Mount of Olives, is distinguished by both its many religious and historical sites of importance to the three religions – including the Church of All Nations and the Mount of Olives Jewish Cemetery. Likewise, the neighborhood is a focal point for healthcare needs, with the Mokassed and Augusta Victoria hospitals. The neighborhood has a residential population of 24,320 (as of the close of 2013). The overwhelming majority are Muslim, with a total of 80 Christian families.In 1945, towards the end of the British Mandate, A-Tur had a total of 2,800 residents; by 1961, during Jordanian rule, it had 4,300 residents. From 1967 to 2013, the population increased by more than a factor of 4.5.