Where does hamza with shaddah ّ occur in the Quran?

Is it possible that Hamza in any of its form has a Shaddah? Like this: ءّ،أّ،إّ،ىّٔ،ؤّ ? If yes, is there any place where this appears in the holy Qur’an? Because I’ve never seen it.

The Answer

Wa alikom asslam,

Hamza with shaddah does not occur in a single case in Arabic or the Quran. Hamza is a stopping sound, where your vocal cords are closed, doubling that movement would be impossible.

Allah knows best.
Asslamo alikom

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