I am posting this here at the suggestion of a History SE Moderator, following an exchange between us on the History Meta.
There is a particular user on the site who has asked a large number of questions on what I would characterize as a particularly sensitive (World War II-based) topic (the Holocaust). These questions are badly worded and are potentially hurtful, meaning that he has paid too little attention to either the frequency or the tone of such questions.
Apparently he was recently placed in a timed suspension for at least a second time. Given his actions, some disciplinary measure is in order, but I wonder if "timed suspension" is the right one.
I like (and have upvoted) some of his answers. I do not like his questions. So I wonder if the suspension can't be limited to one side of the equation, that is, the question side? It would be for a period of time, because the points he earned for his answers probably override a "normal" question ban.
That would have the merit of pointing out to this individual that it is his questions that are unwelcome, but not his answers.