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When stopping on a letter where the preceding letter is a letter of qalqala, is the qalqala pronounced?

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As Salaamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh

When stopping on a letter where the preceding letter is a letter of qalqala, is the qalqala pronounced? For example, in Surah Tawbah [9:72], if stopping at jannati adn, then is the qalqala on the dal of adn pronounced?

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Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh. 
Yes, the qalqalah letter is read with a qalqalah even if the next letter is read with a sukoon when stopping on that word such as when stopping on: in surah at-Tawbah aayah 72, or when stopping on the word:  in the phrase,   in surah Saad aayah 44. 

Wa assalaam alaikum.
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