The question ban is automatic, and it's not something the moderators control. We don't even know that you are question banned, unless you tell us. To lift the question ban you will need to follow the instructions given in this link, that should have appeared when you tried to ask a question.
Your question history is troubling, as maple_shaft already mentioned, from your 16 questions in total:
- 9 were closed and deleted,
- from the remaining 7, one is down voted and all but two were edited to fix obvious and not so obvious issues.
...and you have provided no answers. We don't require you to answer questions, provided you ask great ones, but when your questions are not really welcomed by the community, we do expect you to give back by providing some good answers. We are a community of volunteers, and it's only reasonable to expect you to give something back for all the help you have been getting.
It seems that this time the troubling question pattern kicked off both the manual suspension process1 and the automatic question ban. That's a bit harsh, and about a month ago I asked Stack Exchange to let moderators know when a user is question banned, as I feel it's quite annoying to come back from a suspension only to find out that a secondary and silent ban is in place, but my request was ignored. I honestly had no idea that you were question banned when I suspended you.
We don't even know the exact algorithm of the question ban and can't even guess if a user is banned or not, and at this point it's all up to you. If you feel the ban is unfair, you will have to contact Stack Exchange directly, at
1 There were a lot of user flags on your questions, which brought the pattern to my attention, and I decided to suspend you.