When searching for specific questions online, you come across so many islamic Q and A sites where it seems like some guy asked a question which was answered by a knowledgeable islamic professional. But when you have questions of your own, at least according to what I've seen, those websites don't take questions even though they seem to (I.e. they lie about it)
When you have doubts, you are supposed to ask people who know. So who are those people? How do I get to them? Surely they aren't around here where I live, and it's definitely not my parents.
There are so many islamic sites which claim to answer your questions but don't do so. And they are surprisingly the most famous one's.
1) islamqa.info. This site has thousands of questions answered buy shake Muhammad saleh (I think). It has a link called "send a question" which when you click, says that you are asking at the wrong time and tells you to return at 1:00 makkah time. But when you do, it says "daily quota filled" and then asks you to return later. It's been like this for a year. I don't think islamic sites should lie like this. And yeah, their contact email returns you an automated reply.
2) 877-whyislam (www.whyislam.org). This site says it has a 24/7 talk on phone service for Canada and USA. I don't live in those countries so never mind. It does have a one on one discussion service through email, which asks you to fill a form, and then it says "sorry, service currently available for non Muslims only". I never tried putting false info in the form. They probably won't answer if I did that.
3) www.ask-a-muslim.com. You can ask questions to this site through email, and they never answer you back.
So can anyone tell me how do I get my questions answered and where or to whom do I ask?